Ready for RV Adventures but have questions

by Evelyn
(West Palm Beach, FL)

My husband and I have decided we want to travel for a year and buy an RV. We have a one year old and figured right now is the perfect time to do so. As we both have different jobs (I work in a law firm, he works at a restaurant). My question is, how would we be able to keep income while freely on the road? Or do we have to pick up part times every stop? Also we would be giving up both of our cars. Would bicycling be a good way to get to places the RV cant go?

Evelyn,
Thank you so much for your message. I'll try to help with some answers. If you need income, you'll have to try to get jobs in the areas you visit - that means staying put at least for awhile. If you have savings, but just want to keep your costs down, see if you can volunteer for a park - that would keep you in one spot for at least 3 months. There are several suggestions for finding work at www.rv-adventuring.com/rv-jobs.html
What are you going to do with your one-year old?

Depending on where you want to go and how far you are from things you need to get to, bicycles might work. You could also rent a car if needed.

Sounds like you have a lot of planning yet to do. Keep reading & researching to find the answers you need.

Good luck!
Susan

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