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  1. spritz
    05-29-2016 07:52 PM
    Testy Test Test
  2. usnret997
    Hey Lynne. Thanks for the invite, accepted. You 'll picking up the new MH this week?
  3. Old Car Nut
    Thanks Lynne,

    Yes I'm fairly certain we will always need volunteers. We will be building the vet farms all over the country beginning next year (if we raise the initial startup funds this summer) and it will take a small army to harvest all the produce & fish at the training farm. 11 million heads of lettuce/year and 70-80 new farms/year by the time you retire.
  4. rvpopeye
  5. rvpopeye
    04-18-2015 03:33 PM
    Thought I'd leave my email here in case you guys want to ask questions without hijacking Terry's thread (if that's possible , we seem to go to any subject while he is a-healin')it shouldn't be too long before he resumes our story though , including full color photos with "circles and arrows" skuh kuh kuh kuh kuh
  6. Gordon Dewald
    Hi Lynne;
    We stay at a campground called Rivers Edge. There are lots of campgrounds in the Yuma area. It just happens we like this one. It is quite popular because of the trees and because we are on the banks of the Colorado River.

    Rent here is 2400 a year plus electric. Number at the Resort is (760) 572-5105. They start taking applications on March 1 for the next year.
  7. missourijan
    We have volunteered in 4 different states, CA, NV, MT & NC. The duties were pretty similar. In CA we worked the entrance booth to the campground and collected fees for day use/camping and sold firewood. In NV we cleaned the campsites and sold firewood. In MT we manned the booth that collected fees for day use/camping, gave information on the park (which was on Lewis & Clark's route) and cleaned bathrooms with a pressure washer mounted on the park truck. In NC we checked in campers and sold firewood. The hours required for any of the parks was 20 to 25 a week per couple. Most state parks are short of money and the rangers are really glad to have the volunteers. We have stayed 1 to 7 months at a time.

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    Itasca Sunova
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    Retired January 4th, 2018
    Lynne and Jerry RVM 105
    2005 Winnebago Itasca Sunova (Miss May) Blue Ox Tow Bar /2015 Equinox (Noxi)


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