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A good friend of ours, who happens to have many decades in the entertainment business, once told us that the key to comedy involves the elements of surprise and timing. He also said to incorporate comedy on a regular basis, as much as possible. Life is too complex and fleeting to miss a good laugh.

One of our most prevalent workamping gigs is at c....


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Check-in procedures vary greatly with campgrounds. Some simply require a payment before setting off to a site; others take down every bit of information from driver’s license number to vehicle insurance. Whether you are making reservations over the phone or stopping for the night after a long day’s drive, it’s always a good idea to have all o....

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One of the most common workamping jobs seen in magazines and websites is the park host position. Most jobs of this type have similar duties. They are often looking for couples; one person is assigned to the office while the other performs cleaning duties and general maintenance outside. The location can range from a small RV park where two couples ....


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Over the last couple of years, we have been camp hosts at several RV parks. This has given us a chance to gather a mental list of things that can help make your next RV Park experience a positive one!

Please drive slow.
Speed limit signs are generally posted at every park. The park map, typically presented at check in, usually posts the speed limit....