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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Working our way to financial freedom while enjoying America as our back yard.

Wow! What a month it has been! We started out June 1st in Sun Valley, AZ. We enjoyed about a week with Dennis' Dad and his wife. We did not enjoy the scorching heat much, but loved spending time with family. We planned a couple escapes for an early Father's Day celebration. We took them up into Bryce Canyon National Park. Here we found ourselves filled with awe and wonder at the natural beauty. We were there at sunset and it was so beautiful.

At dawn the next morning we were watching the sunrise over the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Awesome! We were reluctant to leave, but other adventures awaited us.

We were in Corona, CA to share our granddaughters special moment, then on to Visalia, CA to visit our other son and his soon to be bride. While we were there we took the opportunity to go explore the area and enjoy the beautiful murals.

We traveled north up I 5 to the shores of Lake Shasta. The peaceful feeling we always find here and the quiet beauty is worth the stop. Here we met Georgia & Glen, who are full-timers, traveling with their handicapped granddaughter. They showed us the necklaces and other jewelry they make and sell along the way. It was very beautiful and the beadwork was the best I have ever seen. Georgia said it takes her 3 days to do a single piece. While we loved her artistic talent, we were happy that our work is not that challenging! All we have to do is find people who want to earn money, save money, earn rewards, or businesses who want new customers.

We are always looking for new ideas that people have to make money as they travel.

Here are this weeks selections:

Camp Hosting:
Alto Hombre Gordito Hideout outside Ruidoso, New Mexico. Always looking for camp hosts.

Disaster Services:
Mike said, "PB Disaster Services doing estimates of damage for FEMA after disasters. Work your hours and make what you want.


Mike said, "I will be leaving in September and doing the "elf" at in Coffeyville Kansas till Christmas. Then vacation and trying to work for PB Disaster Services doing estimates of damage for FEMA after disasters. Work your hours and make what you want.

Writing Jobs
Pam said...
I have an Etsy shop that takes most of my 'work-related' energy; but something else that other people can do is write articles for money. The website I go through is here -

You're not going to get rich doing it for sure, but it's a great way to earn a little extra plus develop your writing skills. If I had a high school level student I'd be having them do this as well.

Cheryl said, "One can also write and self-publish to Kindle, Nook, Sony, iPad. Many people already have wisdom tucked away in their computers that could be published and here's a start:

Services Fulltimers Offer:

Jonathan says, "I am a silversmith, jewelry designer, jewelry caster/ manufacturer. I have some clients and my own line of silver Art jewelry. I have a trailer I have turned into my shop on wheels."

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