Good friends of ours who retired a few years ago, are hard-core work-campers. They managed to get on with Amazon over Christmas now for the last few years, work a couple National Parks and NASCAR races. They have had a wonderful time and not a bad word to report. They researched everything very carefully. That's a good example. A so-so example is the son of coworker who thought he would work-camp to save some college money. He hooked up with a company in Texas that puts you out on oil rig sites. While they have done everything they promised - he goes days without seeing people and I think is a little stir-crazy. Power to the site is a massive diesel generator and I guess it is driving him batty! I read recently about a dog rescue/shelter in the Blue Ridge mountains - (I think) that will put you up on a site, pay a little pocket change in return for working at the shelter. I thought about that for a minute then my wife walked in the room - and I realized I could never afford it!!!!!!! She would adopt everything that walked in!
I think if you hook up with the right group - you could have a very enjoyable time.
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