Thursday, April 4, 2013

Camping? Converting a trailer?


OFF THE GRID: How to live in a van, truck, trailer or mobilehome is now on Kindle.

The information in this book is based upon my own experiences living on the road, dating back to just after World War II. If you can imagine yourself in any of the following categories, this book is for you!

Save on Your Rent Payment

In hard times, one of the best ways to cut expenses quickly and for as long as you need relief, is to stop paying rent. True, even an old truck or cargo trailer will cost something, but often these pay for themselves in less than a year. A bonus is that when you sell it, you may get the major part of your money back.

Low-Cost Vacations

The cost of lodging, even on a three-week vacation, can easily run up to $2,000 or more. However, if you’ve got a light-weight fiberglass or converted cargo trailer—set up for cooking—even a two or three month holiday may be affordable.

Permanent living

Tens of thousands of Americans and Canadians live full time in a motorhome. There are prices for all budgets, from just over $2,000 to well over $1,000,000!

High Adventure

Travel up the Alaska Highway—a trip you will never forget!

Personal Privacy

The quickest way to assure yourself of total privacy is to travel in a van, trailer, truck or motorhome.

Temporary low price is only $4.99.   Order now!





2 comments:

  1. Not sure I'd want to be sleeping in one of these in Tornado Alley during the warmer months.

    Though it does bring back memories of youth sleeping in a 19-foot Gem in a family of 5.

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  2. Thanks for this book.I sold a house (paid for) and during the process a friend mentioned he wanted to sell his 32 foot RV for 7000 cash.He had bought it new in 1998 for around 40000. Has a Cummings diesal and propane generator with nice roomy interior. I took some of the other money and bid on a HUD foreclosure and won the bid.It is a double wide TR on 1.5 acre lot in a small town. I cleaned it, put in new appliances,mowed the yard and my new Spanish tenant is getting ready to move his family in. He has already mentioned he would be interested in rent-to-own.

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