Jan 142016
 

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Husband, wife, 15 year old child, two dogs and cat living in an RV. We had a farmstead in Upstate NY but couldn’t afford to keep it. We would like to work on a farmstead of someone that would allow us to park our RV on a site with electric, water, and septic. I have strong computer skills with a Masters in Educational Technology, a Bach in Theology. Strong Faith in the Bible as God’s inflatable word. Could also help with tutoring children with my math and science skills.

 

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  14 Responses to “Trade work for RV Lot”

  1. Howdy,

    I must admit I’ve entertained the thought of maybe looking into something like this. We have a rural homestead in the beautiful and pristine U.P. of Michigan.
    We have PLENTY of work to do around here. Maybe shoot me an email, and we can talk, and see what’s what, and if God has a plan.

    bobanddarlene1 AT yahoo DOT com

    • so nice of you to offer but, we are in the south for the winter and will be spending summer in New York. we are hoping to find someone in the south that will offer. But, if our plans change I will let you know.

      • Hello Sandy,

        If you are coming this way in spring/summer…we have a homestead in upstate NY, are Christians and have RV hookup.

        Let me know,
        Blessings,
        Chard

        • that sounds great. I dont know how to get in better contact with you. or if there is a private inbox on here. would like to talk more with you.

        • that sounds great. I dont know how to get in better contact with you. or if there is a private inbox on here. would like to talk more with you.
          We plan to be in NY sometime in May.

  2. Maybe let us know what states you’re interested in so we can edit your post with those tags.
    That way people who read “homeless” as “without anywhere to be” and become inclined to help know whether to offer a hand.

    You might also want to edit your post with the time frames when you’ll be available and looking for a home for your RV family.

    SandySaltPrepper says: January 14, 2016 at 8:23 am
    “We are currently Homeless and looking for a prepper who would like us to help them and work with them on their farm. If you know someone with an RV hookup that will let me work for my lot, electric, and sewer cost please contact me. SandraV [dot] Brown64 [at] hotmail [dot] com My husband is almost 80, we have our 15 year old daughter, two dogs, and a cat. we had a small prepper farm in NY, but couldn’t afford to keep it.”
    http://www.preppergroups.com/stepping-out-in-faith-in-florida/

    SandySaltPrepper says: January 15, 2016 at 5:20 am
    “so nice of you to offer but, we are in the south for the winter and will be spending summer in New York. we are hoping to find someone in the south that will offer. But, if our plans change I will let you know.”
    http://www.preppergroups.com/trade-work-for-rv-lot/

    -Pup

    • any southern state. we are now in Florida and heading to the grand canyon. so anywhere between florida and Arizona.

  3. my husband and I have knowledge in the area of goats, chickens, turkey, cows, gardening, canning, knitting, crochet, sewing, and general old time farm living.

  4. All the state and federal parks accept work for RV space as Park volunteer.

    • Many to most, not all, and it’s typically seasonal, May-October. There are also typically limits to the number of camp-work and lot-work program participants, especially for the RV slots. Contact the specific park of interest ahead of time.

      Some private-held campgrounds and RV-camping parks offer the same arrangements.

  5. I have 40 acres north of Panama City, could use help. Plenty of room to park an RV. We have 2 cabins on the property and looking to build more. Thanks [email protected]

  6. Hi, I have 10 acres in Naples Florida, if you are interested please email me at [email protected]

  7. Hi, did you ever find a place to settle? I have a couple acres in central AZ

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