Jim demolishes an old log cabin and salvages the timbers with the right tools, and a little help from fellow workampers.
Jim shares photos from a variety of projects while workamping at Vickers Ranch this summer.
Being self-employed isn’t easy, but the freedom is worth it. These thoughts about nomadic entrepreneur pay and benefits can help you enjoy it too.
The mountain giveth, and the mountain taketh away. All that is lost, may remain lost, but will return is other ways.
In our first of two nomadic living income tips articles, we’ll prepare you for a happier life on the road by rethinking benefits and pay.
Learn about workamping at the annual Workamper News Rendezvous this October in Heber Springs, Arkansas.
Variety work at ranch workamping job results in impromptu interior design project to craft cowboy decor for cabins.
Why a Riverbend workamping job was one of the best experiences we’ve had as full-time RVers.
Helpful tips for how to find workamping jobs, with entertaining examples of how not to approach potential employers.
Join us for a return to Pie Town New Mexico where Rene works as Pie Lady for a Day at the Pie-O-Neer Cafe.