Working RV couple needed in Missouri
MO: Camelot RV Campground, Poplar Bluff, Missouri. We are close to town for shopping, dining, and entertainment needs with a country atmosphere. Food companies deliver to our RV sites.
Camelot RV Campground is looking for a working RV couple to help with the everyday duties of running a campground. If interested, there is an opportunity for year round placement. Watch for customers to arrive, register and escort them to their site. No computer skills needed. Some office work, cleaning, some light ground maintenance, site clean-up as needed, and NO fire pits to clean. We do the mowing of the grounds, the electrical and plumbing ourselves.
In exchange we offer a full hookup site with water, sewer, electric 30/50amp, cable TV 61 channels and WiFi. In addition we offer limited laundry privileges and discounted propane. If anyone should go over their site and amenities worth we would compensate. Also we do not charge you extra should you not meet your site and amenities worth. We appreciate you being on the grounds should we need you.
573-785-1016 ask for Jean.
Send info about your Workamping openings to Jack & Niki at firstname.lastname@example.org
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PLANNING OUR NEXT RV ADVENTURE – Florida to Canada
PART I – WHERE ARE WE GOING – and how do we want to get there?
Planning our next RV trip is a big part of the fun for Niki and for me. We like to travel an average of around 200 miles a day and seldom over 250. We are retired and in no rush. In fact, we normally spend 2 nights at a stopover to explore an area we have not seen before. Our credo is “Last to leave a stopover in the morning and first to arrive at the next overnight stopover.” That’s what retirement is about for us.
We have rushed here and there all our working lives so it’s time to take it a little easier. Our first year on the road, it was all about the destination and one night stopovers – just to get there in a hurry – then we were too tired to enjoy the trip or the destination. There had to be a better way.
Here’s the way we plan a trip.
1. We decide the route we want to take.
We use Google Maps together with our very trusty Trucker’s Atlas.
2. We decide if we want specific stopovers to see specific sights.
3. I use a website simply called “Distance between two cities” to determine the approximate 200 mile daily distances we want to take. It’s really quick and easy once you start using it.
4. How to find the stopovers you ask? We are lifetime members of Passport America so we check there first to see if there is a half-priced campground in an area in which we want to stay. If there is, great, we save some money. If not . . . .
5. We look up an area on RV Park Reviews to see which campgrounds are available in an area. It’s easy to pick a Town and read what is available. If there is not one to our liking, they list other campgrounds nearby (in the lower right hand margin of the page).
Find more tips, tricks and apps on our Planning Page.
Next time –
PART II – PUTTING TOGETHER THE TRIP SHEET
My name is Costa Nicolas and I’m a Casting Associate for Clash of The Grandmas, a cooking competition show on Food Network.
We are currently casting for an upcoming season of our show that will feature grandmothers competing to win a large cash prize. Last year our winner received $10,000! I would love to find some wonderful culinary grandmothers who can represent their hometowns in our upcoming season of the show. In the past grandmothers working at culinary schools, restaurants, bakeries, community centers, home goods stores, etc. have done well on our show.
We absolutely love personal referrals so it’s my job to get the word out about our show early!
Please feel free to pass this email on.
Please address all emails to Costa email@example.com
About the show:
“Four grandmas enter, but only one will emerge as champion in Clash of the Grandmas! Whatever grandma says or does is culinary law, and in this competition, four grandma super-cooks will prove they have what it takes to put together the most delicious meal imaginable. Our judges will determine which granny’s comfort food is worth $10,000.”
Levity Entertainment Group
For additional information or to reach me at the production company offices via phone, please call 310-417-4800.
Received by Snowbird RV Trails – 21 Apr 16
CAMP WORKERS WANTED! Ephrata, Washington campground. Full time/part time, seasonal (ongoing), maintenance, groundskeeping, housekeeping, office. All OK.
20hr/wk for FHU
Or FHU + pay
Flexible terms. Call now!
Received: 16 Apr 2016 by firstname.lastname@example.org
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