When we first hit the road, we started getting invitations to come park in people’s driveways. We were reluctant at first, as our goal wasn’t saving money – and this felt like mooching. Over the years, we’ve gotten much more comfortable accepting these generous offers.
For us, it’s about some truly awesome experiences being temporary neighbors while we deepen friendships. The luxury of being close by for spontaneous hang outs, getting local knowledge and not being a guest in someone’s home. It’s pretty priceless actually.
In this video chat, we’ll share some tips on being a good driveway guest to make sure you’re invited back again. We’ll also share some things hosts might need to know about having a RV guest on their property.
This video has an accompanying blog post at:
www.technomadia.com/driveway with ‘show notes’.
Products & Links mentioned:
Boondockers Welcome – https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/affiliate/278
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50A to 15A adaptor: https://amzn.to/1ttLrHQ
30A 50′ Extension Cord: https://amzn.to/1Xso3a5
We have been full time RVers since 2006, and love sharing a slice of our life with others at www.technomadia.com .. and hopefully provide some useful discussion topics to help others in their planning process.
Each month we pick a topic based on frequent questions we get and host a live interactive chat on Livestream. Our chats end with an interactive Q&A session where we answer viewer questions about this topic or any related to nomadism. These are intended to be casual and fun.
This is an archive of a live video chat recorded on June 16, 2016 – but was recorded with a local camera for a better viewing experience. Join in a future video chat live by subscribing to our email list from www.technomadia.com/video.
When we have time, we also post other sporadic content to YouTube. No promises.. we’re primarily bloggers who know how to use the video mode on our iPhone.