Latest Issue #909 909: Workamping
Where to Find Seasonal Work & What It's Like
Hit the road by van, RV, sailboat or thumb, alone or with a family. Everything you need to know, updated regularly.
Where to Find Seasonal Work & What It's Like
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A man paints the life of full-time living out of his car, in Canada, during the winter, and COVID 19.
From well-known spots like Zion to wildlife refuges where you’ll have the place all to yourself (except for the eagles!), a hopeful look at 2021 being the summer of adventure.
Over a dozen specific ideas for lessons for teaching your kids everything from reading and math to how to create their own video game.
A fun and simple game to teach sportsmanship and kids to catch and throw balls and frisbees.
Straightforward and useful recommendations on not only how to make sure we can preserve natural places for not only future generations, but ourselves.
Exploring places to camp, the best towns and beaches, and why spending the winters in Northern Florida is right up our alley.
Expert advice on keeping your dog safe and happy at sea.
A dad provides tips on making long driving days a little easier.
A millennial couple unhappy with a traditional life, yet not completely sold on traveling in an RV, discuss how their choice to live that way has affected their lives.
Just outside of Montrose Colorado sits this river carved valley of rock and lava formations. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, two million years in the making of majesty and wonder. We explored the South Rim this past weekend and it did not disappoint. Taking our time to learn about the gneissic banding, mafic, […]
Deleuze remembers visiting the vibrant art and photography scene of Berlin, Germany, as a younger man.
Deleuze recounts his adventure hitchhiking to the remote town of Real de Catorce in an effort to find a spiritual journey through peyote, as well as the history of the indigenous people who discovered the plant.
Experienced workampers share what the life is like, from how much you’ll get paid and types of jobs you’ll do to whether you need a specific type of RV or specific experience.
The term “monument” should not be mistaken for either a lesser being than what one might expect when it comes to a national “park”, nor should it be confused with the silly trappings of man, obsessed with his desire to carve from stone that which might rival what nature was able to, slowly, do on […]
Where to camp, info about the towns, wildlife and how to get out on the waters of Voyageurs National Park. Primarily, but not solely, focused on Lake Kabetogama.
A review of one specific cell phone booster which we think is an ideal size for vans, and thoughts on cell phone signal boosters in general.
Slow days full of perhaps the Southeast’s best beaches for nature lovers and peace, quiet and tranquility in general.
The most glowing review we’ve ever given anything to date, this little portable power supply that’s also solar-powered is simply awesome.
Save $1000 / month through travel. Caution: side effects may be seeing the world, more time with family and intense satisfaction.
Every state park in the fifty United States which offers camping suitable for RVs. Info on fees, hookups & more.
We cover every type of RV, including vans and travel trailers, and what they’re like to travel full-time in + how to look through one when you buy it and so very much more!
Charts and statistics on every state in the United States. How much private and public campgrounds cost, as well as free camping, focus on RVs and vanlife.
Where to find hot, clean showers and how to relieve yourself for those travelers who have no built-in shower and bathroom.
From electrical wiring to dumping your sewage, the unabridged guide to everything RV.
Is it expensive to travel full-time? Or can it actually be cheaper?
A plethora of information from initial steps to actual positions that are traveling compliant to stories of people who are already doing it. We live and work on the road, so can you!
The 100% 411 on choosing a truck camper for full-time traveling and overlanding. The different styles, pros, cons and real world examples from a couple who has done it for years.
The ups, downs and all arounds of the realities of living in a 5×7 foot home.
A thorough guide to camping in national forests. Sorted by state, awesomeness, and more stuff the camper in you will love.
How to get started identifying trees. Covers conifers and broadleafs, with a focus on the Western United States. Free printable pocket guide.