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Old 05-17-2020, 03:48 PM   #1
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Parking for summer

We would like to find a lot or space or a farm or... to park for the summers around Durango CO. We are FT and like to be quiet. Love the area. Would be interested in all of sw CO. Pm me if or reply thanks
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You may want to look up Island Cove Park. It is a mobile home park on the river in Durango. A few years ago i saw them adv a hook up spot for a really cheap monthly rate.
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You may want to look up Island Cove Park. It is a mobile home park on the river in Durango. A few years ago i saw them adv a hook up spot for a really cheap monthly rate.


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Old 05-18-2020, 06:57 PM   #4
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We would like to find a lot or space or a farm or... to park for the summers around Durango CO. We are FT and like to be quiet. Love the area. Would be interested in all of sw CO. Pm me if or reply thanks


Have you heard of Woofing? World Wide Organization of Organic Farming. Small farms everywhere - Iím very interested in the opportunity, but have yet to find the right fit.
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Old 05-19-2020, 06:38 PM   #5
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How about workamping a few hours a week for the benefit of a camp site in CO.? Don't be afraid to negotiate a work schedule that fits your needs whether it is more or less hours and also the type of work you are interested in doing. Most places are very accommodating to work with and are glad to have any help you can offer.

https://www.happyvagabonds.com/Jobs/...do_rv_jobs.htm
https://www.work-for-rvers-and-campe...-work-pay.html

We recently heard from a friend that Pagosa Riverside Campground in Pagosa Springs, CO was looking for a workamper for May/June or June/July and maybe into Oct.
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Thanks for your posts and replyís. Pagosa Springs is a nice place. We just found a beautiful place at Valecita Lake. Durango has doctors for my wife and reasonably enough other she requires. Thank again. Gota love this site
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Have you heard of Woofing? World Wide Organization of Organic Farming. Small farms everywhere - Iím very interested in the opportunity, but have yet to find the right fit.


Sorry...Wwoofing should come up if you Google it!
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My new wife's family has property in Cotopaxi Co that no one has seen. Everyone has their life on the east coast.

This summer I plan to fly out and check it out...even if I can find it?

Doesn't Colorado have a ton of BLM land close to Durago?
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