Ready to Take the Plunge

Ready to Take the Plunge

by Chaz Kujak

I am brand spankin' new to this and am now available to begin the process. I am looking for a mentor that I can work with and would like to know what resources you can direct me to. I am excited, scared, and believe that this life is for me.

Chaz

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Dec 29, 2011
Business Card Dilemma
by: Richard

I recommend Texas. That's the state we have always used. With escapees mail service you fill out some simple forms and you will quickly have your new address info sent to you. It's pretty fast.

Just my humble opinion, your specific needs may lead to the other states who will provide permanent address. S.D., Nevada, Florida, and I think maybe Washington state are the others.

Dec 29, 2011
Business Cards
by: Chaz Kujak

Hey Everyone,

I am creating my business cards as an entrepreneur and am wanting to create a Post Office Box. What State do you recommend that I create a POB?

Oct 26, 2011
Ready to Take the Plunge
by: Chaz Kujak

Your suggestions are welcomed.

I absolutely agree that In Person is the best source of a mentor relationship. While my condo is in San Francisco and I am visiting Seattle, I am going to an RV Sales to initiate conversations with the folks there. I am doing this alone (yikes) and while I consider the internet (I too see the internet as a tool and a resource) I am more interested in an interpersonal connection. If any of you that read this consider a mentor relationship with me, please send me a message @ chazguard@gmail.com

Chaz

Oct 18, 2011
Wish we were joining you!
by: Laurie Pedrick

As others have mentioned, this site as well as others on the internet provide a wealth of information. We hope to be traveling full time one day soon....until then, our weekend outings will have to do.

Have fun out there!

Oct 11, 2011
Just Starting Out
by: Richard

I agree that you should meet and greet people in campgrounds. Those folks have been there, done that many times over. They offer a wealth of information.

Another good resource is the trust old internet. There are a plethora of sites where folks like us post helpful tidbits.

Escapees.com, Good Sam, nomads.com are just a few. Google your question and you'll find more stuff than you can read.

Like the previous post said, all these folks are very approachable--in person or via the web.

The main thing is to not let it get you feeling overwhelmed! It's easy and very fun. The entire USA is your backyard.

Best of luck to you and yours!

Oct 11, 2011
New to this Once Too
by: happy harold

If i were to start RV'n (which i already have for several years)... I would go to nearest campground and visit with people already doing such. They are usually a friendly bunch and will tell you of the in and outs. They will also tell you things that they would not put down in writing...lol. ie...Where not to go for svc's, purchases, secret places that are super great to visit etc. I sold my RV and am in process of looking for another, but I still go and visit the people of the Good Sam's Club who camp at local camp ground... Always learn new things and make new friends.

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