RV Travels of Heidee2

Our Sailboat was HEIDEE and now our Motorhome is HEIDEE2

Heidee2 is a 26 foot 1979 Coachmen Senator. She is powered by a 454 Chev on a p30 chassis and is equipped with an Onan gen set (4 kw), 1 rooftop A/C unit, a shower and small tub, an apartment sized refridgerator powered by 4 golfcart batteries through an 800 watt inverter, 2 TV'S, a 3 burner stove and oven, propane heater and water heater. A queensized bed has replaced the 2 singles aft and we have a dropdown bunk for 2 above the cockpit. We also have an awning, carpet, outdoor bar-b-que and chairs along with additional neccessities to just live a relaxed lifestyle. We carry a laptop hooked up to the internet (wifi) and an earthmate GPS with Trailer Life campground guide and Street Atlas to find where we are going next.

We purchased her in Florida in 1994 and attended many Nascar races in the Southeast for several years, parking in the infield at locations like: Daytona, Talladega, Atlanta, Darlington and of course Homestead where we were plankowners at the first Nascar race held there. She has also been to the Sebring 12 hours. After moving back to Texas, she sat idle for over 3 years and then we began to just travel with her. In our RVing days we have been to 41 of the 50 states and intend to complete the list in the continental US this year and by next year with a trip to Alaska.
Our dinghy of choice is a red Mercedes 190 D a 1984 model with low mileage (300,000) for a diesel. It consistantly gets over 40 mpg and gets alot of use while we travel. (see it above in the background)

We are able to sustain our travels by earning from the internet. All we need is a computer and access to the internet, which can now be gotten almost everywhere, as we travel. There are many wifi spots across the land and the list is growing daily. After many years of working the internet, when we started to travel, it was just natural to continue the work.

Our total cost monthly is about $100 but it can be done for less and it can provide many thousand $ of income per month. It is like any income producing work, the more time you put into it the more you make. If I work not at all, I still make about $800.00 per month. If I work one day for about 4 hours my income goes to about double that (15 to 16 hundred per month). However, if I really work at it, 2-3 hours per day and 5 days a week, I have made as much as $20,000.00 per month.

I do not work everyday because I don't need to, but now my wife and I are thinking about getting a newer RV and with the cost associated, I may just put in a few months or so of daily work in to get that new RV with cash. If you want to find out how long it takes and when we get a newer one, sign up to my FREE newsletter on how to earn on the road, and I will let you know. It is called "Earning on the Road" and will be kicking off soon.

I have had so many requests over the years to learn how to do what I do that I am going to give away the secrets to those that I feel will use it to better their lifestyle or continue their lifestyle when they begin to think of fulltiming.

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We spent the past 4 months in the warm weather of Florida and spent many nights in paid for campgrounds. Believe me we will never do that again after learning that many of them were not as nice as free ones nearby, or at least much less expensive. We are now examining the area by dinghy. Many times hitting the local Walmart or other parking area while we check them out. If we cannot find a suitable campground, then we just ask the manager if we can spend the night there. We were only turned down once and they told us where we could park (within 2 blocks) and their security guard patrolled the area we were asked to park in.

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