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Making a living on the road

Practical ways a modern nomad can scratch out a living, ideas, exchanges of info, links to info sources, methods, caveats and locations

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Comment by Harry Müller on May 31, 2017 at 10:28pm

To the Family on the Road

Let's GO the road is calling US

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Comment by Harry Müller on May 28, 2017 at 7:03am

Namaste Family's

WE ALL ... are on OUR journey ...
And we move from past to future
... But we have to be full aware:
We live ONLY in the present and this mean
Just in this very short moment "NOW"

See our profile and ...
If you feel comfortable...
YOU are WELCOME

<3 LOVE and LIGHT <3 IN within YOU <3 Harry <3 & <3 Gie

Comment by Jess on August 13, 2016 at 2:39pm
I am interested! Love to help..
Comment by Jill Manzoni on June 20, 2013 at 8:15am

Hi there Old Jules...killer dogs? hahaha, Jake our Dane is so old he can hardly move himself around long enough to lick my new little kitty (Cali-cat) enough. Limo, my Dachshund is the ankle biter you have to worry about...but he likes cats and has always lived with them. He has a healthy respect for them ;)    I am in SW Ohio, between Cincinnati and Dayton. I would love to meet you and yours. 

Comment by Old Jules on June 20, 2013 at 8:05am

Hi Jill.  I could probably help you out on that restoration if you're somewhere I happen to be, or wish to be.  I live in a 1978 Econoline RV and the parking space you offer sounds as though it might work, but I've got 3 aging cats living with me, and if you have cat killer dogs it wouldn't be a good fit.

 

What part of the country are you located?

Comment by Jill Manzoni on June 13, 2013 at 6:14am

Hello everyone. I just joined the RFG site, so thanks for for having me to your group too.

I am not sure where to start, so here goes. I have five acres at my house, and a vintage camper out back which I want to restore. I don't have the know-how, and am pretty old and not physically capable. I am looking for a fellow, or a couple, who can work with us to fix her up. We have a space you can park yours, with electric and water, and only a few miles from a huge State Park for use of other facilities.  I couldn't pay anything, but you could have a nice place to stay, good company, fresh food, laid back but yet easy to find other work nearby if you choose.

I haven't decided if I will sell the camper, but if so I could possibly split some of the profits if there are any...otherwise I am going to keep it.

I hope that the positive energy we have, will be a good match and helpful to someone out there too. 

OH, and if you are coming down 71 or 75 you have a place to pull off for the night too-contact in advance so we can make space for you. :)

Comment by Brewcity Drum n Bass, loven u! on May 16, 2013 at 12:12am

to all family, My wife and I are expecting our child in july and living off the grid is something we need to find a way to do asap. How does one have children in modern society and then disappear from the Babylonian limelight especially since were very poor, barely have a working vehicle and its sad to say we do rely on the government for health care and other state benefits. That said, I have no proble telling uncle sam to go smoke a pole but in doing soafter receiving benefits, jumping through their bullshit hoops a few shitty repercussions may come into play. At some point after receiving  benefits the gov requires us to work some full time job, while takin it up the backside from their social workers and their so called investigators and their appointed daycare programs. I guess in all fairness, sure workin that job is a way to pay them back. At the same time her and I will have to deal with their social workers. But, at some point we will definitely want to flip em the Dueces and hit it on them so My wife, child and I can return to living off the grid as we have always done before. So in closing how did you make it possible to raise your children off the grid? Home school? Friends and family helped with daycare? What about Medical? This blog may be long and drawn out so I do apologize but we are seriously in need of some help or advice. As always, Lovin You :-)

Comment by Amma Niradhara on March 13, 2013 at 12:06am

heres a non-typical offer if you want a gig to begin working your way thru india or if you are already doing so...  IF you or someone you know is comin to india soooon?  (must get here first!) there are a few pics on my page. i am offering space for 2 in my temple and meals for some help 4 or 5 hours per day with ashram work. mornings before its too hot and then you are free for the day and night to enjoy the love of our sacred river and amazing little town. take a couple extra days to hang out too.  read from our amazing library, maybe you want indian/ vegan cooking lessons or learn some rituals and practices? message me! our website is not live yet but sincere interest i can send you the design link. its nearly finished and will be launched in a couple weeks. i am an aging rainbow mama and new amma to this old ashram and its new ngo.  we are a non-profit NGO providing scholarships and housing a very special occult, esoteric and Vedantic library bequeathed to me by my Guruji to manage. right now we are starting from zero as our Guru took his Transition and passed from this life 3 months ago. you will be infintely blessed to help us <3 and welcome hOMe any time and stay up to 2 weeks in the temple is offered for this good energy exchange we really need!!!! i am a voluntary seva worker myself and we unfortunately cannot provide transportation or airfare to get here - we are in central rural india. the real deal. vegetarian, holy town you will soak up alot of culture and spirituality just being here.  offering love and a temprorary hOMe once you arrive. access to an amazing library of books and good indian food!

Comment by Old Jules on October 7, 2012 at 6:17am

http://www.work-for-rvers-and-campers.com/rv-jobs-listings-10.html

 

Ways RVers Make Money Here's a sampling of work RVers can do to cut their expenses, earn a living, and pay for their travels. ~ Horseback guide ~ Draftsman ~ Publicity agent ~ Sell at Etsy.com ~ Farm manager ~ Teach first aid classes

 

Help Wanted Ads Submitted in October 2012

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If You Must Work, Work From Home Flexible. You choose your hours. Work full or part time. Perfect for RVers because you can do it anywhere in the USA or Canada, and you can move as often as you choose. If you consider yourself to be a "people person," this is excellent for you. Use your computer ...

TX: Salaried Resort Position 
Salaried position for couple that is looking for a warm, friendly place to live and work. Our property is a combination MH and RV resort located in the …

FL: Gulf Coast Nudist Resort, Inc., 
Front office help needed for our resort on the Gulf Coast. We also have a position open for pool maintenance for the winter season. If you are interested …

TX: Weekend Shift Office Work 
We are currently looking for a office gal to work the weekend shift. Hours are Saturday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Sunday noon to 4:00 PM. The job includes, …

MO: Work Camper Couple Needed Now 
Camelot RV Campground in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Work camper couple needed now. Year round position available. Need dependable couple to help work on the …

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Comment by jennifer swinford on October 7, 2012 at 6:11am

We are trying to hit the road we have one child cat and dogs we want to get a motorhome, been years since I have attempted this and need help how to make money on the road and connections to other family to hook up to along out trek we are going to do this permanently so any advise will help.

 

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