LTRVD0277 RV Mottos, Campground Speeders, Carbon Monoxide Threats

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After reading a LOT of mail (thank you very much), we mentioned our move away from Podomatic to Bluebrry for hosting our podcast. Then we discussed a Facebook thread about speeders in campgrounds and what to do about it. Then we moved to another Facebook thread about RVing mottos various folks use. Quite amusing. Then John goes into a serious discussion about Carbon Monoxide threats to RVers. Check it out!

 

LTRVD0276 Budgeting for Full Time RVers

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John and Kathy discus budgeting  for full time RVers at length. We start with the fixed expenses that don’t change from month to month. Next we move on to the variable expenses or things we have more control over. Here is where we can cut expenses. If your expenses exceed your income, then you have a decision to make. Will workamping make up the shortfall? We use examples from our own expenses in the discussion. Enjoy!




 

LTRVD0275 Tornados, Lessons learned, Oil field gate guarding

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We start the show with a tragic weather occurance when a tornado ripped through a large campground on the eastern shore of Virginia and killed several people and injured many, many more. We talk severe weather preparedness. We discuss some Lessons Learned as a result of a request for them on our Living the RV Dream Facebook group. Some are quite funny. Then John goes into a feature on  Texas oil field gate guarding.



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