"What I have learned in the last few years since I retired. Given the present economy we are all going to half to learn to live sensibly. Most people worry about the money coming in the front doar. I have found it is much easier to watch the money…"
"I'm currently selling my house, but am buying a condo in town to rent out when I retire and venture out to the parks (plan to stay in the dorms at first). I wouldn't sell everything until you know for sure this will work out for you.…"
I would like information and research about this type of work. I work in a non-profit organization that serves the tourism industry and love that type of work. I am a certified travel counselor for the state of NH, a welcome center manager, and represent my organization on several committees and organization pertaining to tourism.
I am a real people person and enjoy assisting people in seeing and experiencing new endeavors - all the while learning more and enjoying what I do!
While exploring new parts of the country, assisting people to have a wonderful experience traveling.
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Hi Charlene, I've been reading your comments on the DECISIONS? forum. I am getting all my facts & figures together to eventually work seasonally and would also like my own my own RV to live in while doing so. I currently drive a little Toyota Celica so I totally understand your concerns of driving something larger i.e truck & trailer. I've been looking at RV's at my local RV dealer to get a feel for the living space. I told them I wanted to look at something that could be towed with a Toyota Tundra and I was pleasantly surprised at the travel trailers that they showed me. Apparently driving a smaller truck does not drastically limit your RV living space. And if you buy a used RV, the savings is immense. Hope this encourages you.