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The Shameless Commerce Page

I retired on a very small income, and by keeping my expenses low, I've been able to live a modest but comfortable life as a full-time RVer. But what really keeps my finances in the black are the things on this page. I hope you'll find something here that you can use!


Amazon Associate

Amazon

Let's start with a freebie. If you've found the information on my website helpful, if you've enjoyed the tales of my travels... you can support this site, and it won't cost you a cent. Here's how it works: click on this Amazon link and add it to your favorites or bookmarks. From then on, whenever you use my link to go to Amazon and shop, your cost will stay exactly the same, but I'll receive a small percentage (4%–6%) of Amazon's profits. In short, you can help me without spending a dime!


Full Time

From Camping to Full Time

Part of this website tells the tale of how I overcame certain obstacles (negligible savings) to retire early and become a fulltime RVer... a process that was quite a roller-coaster ride! Well, here's the story in book form, illustrated throughout with color photos. You probably wouldn't buy it for yourself—after all, you can read the story on this website for free—but if you know someone who's planning to become a fulltimer or has recently done so, "From Camping to Full Time" makes a perfect gift.

Learn moreA word about pricing: I know this book and "Quiet Waters" are expensive. I only make a dollar on each one sold, believe it or not. The rest goes to the publisher, Blurb. If I could make them less costly, believe me, I would.

"A 'must read' for anyone contemplating full-time RVing!"—Karen Zins


Quiet Waters

Quiet Waters

This small, full-color book is a dawn-to-dusk series of tranquil photos taken in my travels across the US. Just looking at these images will relax your mind and your body. "Quiet Waters" makes a great gift. If you're curious, you can even preview the first 15 pages.

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"Lovely, evocative... each page brings another favorite."—Gen Kazdin


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