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Vanabode – travel forever on $20 a day


Vanabode

Vanabode – How to travel and live forever anywhere in the United States on $20 a day!  Doesn’t that sound absolutely awesome?!  Author Jason Odom and his wife Kelly have traveled over 700,000 miles in 15 years enjoying the sumptuous beauty of pristine national parks and the exciting nightlife of big cities like San Francisco and Las Vegas.

Vanabode shows you how to earn a living working in some of the most exciting places in the United States like national parks and state recreational areas, how to sleep safely and comfortably in your own bed every night; how to eat better than you ever have, how to cook for free without electricity, fire or fuel; how to get rid of all our current debt and regain your freedom; and most importantly – how you can do it forever if you want.

Do you want to travel for 3 months? How about 3 years? Vanabode shows you how down to the tiniest detail and you do NOT need to make any expensive purchases to make it happen.  This NEW THIRD EDITION has 60% more pictures and 22% more content.  You will never feel neglected, bored or uncomfortable.  The author even includes a list of more than 30 legitimate easy ways to earn money while traveling all over the country.

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There is so much information packed into this book.  We RV for six months per year on the weekend and definitely spend way more than $20 per day.  I am particularly intrigued by the food section and the making money while traveling.  This book is for the diehard, live simple person, couple or family.  In our current position in life with two kids, I could never make some of the changes outlined in this book – while others are great tips and good practices in general that I plan to implement.  There does seem to be quite a bit in the book though that reminds me of Extreme Cheapskates.  I could do it if I absolutely had to but I don’t think I could ever make a conscious decision to do some of what is suggested.  However, there is a certain desire to live life and just “go” and be free…

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