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Hi! I have a client who is looking to sponsor guest posts. I think your site may be a good fit. Do you accept guest posts? I hope to hear from you soon! Thank you – Sofia Lopez, Elite Outlook
I do accept guest posts. Please email me at the address listed on this page with your proposal.
I have a Thousand Trails membership that we don’t use anymore. If anyone is interested just pay the transfer cost of $750 & it would be yours.
Hi Christina and Justin,
I’m an RV owner (Oliver Elite 2) and author who is in the process of publishing a book that would be a great gift for RV travelers. It’s a devotional book that connects truths from the Bible with stories of life on the RV road, meditations on nature, prayers, and life applications. With your permission, I’d love to send you a few sample entries from the book, and I’m hoping that we might be able to collaborate in some way (such as inclusion in a future gift guide.) It will be published both in ebook and paperback format, and it will be available via Amazon and other sources. Please let me know if it’s ok to email the samples to you.
we love your newsletters! Wondering though if you’ve done anything in insurances for full timers without a home base. We were shocked at how much it costs to do this, surely there must be a better plan out there.
Thank you! I do have an article on insurance for RVers. https://www.travelswithted.com/health-insurance-for-full-time-rvers/
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For RVs with slide out(s):
To keep from bumping your head or torso on the RV slide edge.
Get a swimming pool noodle from a convenience or department store.
Cut one side in two, leaving noodle intact. It easily slides onto the slide’s sharp edge. Make sure it is removed from slide before closing slide.
Store in compartment until needed next time.
Great tip! Thanks for sharing.
I am trying to find out if coast to coast resorts have units to rent
You would need to contact the individual resort.