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  • Bob and Jean Souders
    Bob and Jean SoudersWorkamper News:
    January 29, 2021Hello everyone!! Thank you for allowing us to join this Group!! We are only weekends and holidays campers right now. Bob is still working and I am medically retired. We are looking forward and getting ready to be able to travel all over and see places t...  more
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    • Bob and Jean Souders
      Phil & Vicki January 30, 2021 We volunteer at least 6 months of the year, we don't get paid however we do get free camping, 50amp, water, sewer, propane, laundry and a rec. building to meet with fellow volunteers.
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        Ron&iola February 2, 2021 I’m curious why you wouldn’t get paid. (*)
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      Phil & Vicki February 5, 2021 I've never seen a US  government that pays cash$ free hook-ups all the time
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        linmik February 18, 2021 We worked Custer State Park in the Black Hills, but we were working for the Resort, not the park, so we got free 50 amp hook up, utilities, meals, AND pay for each of us - great gig! Was summer of 2006 though, so investigate how it is now if you're interested.
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      Bill Zeller February 10, 2021 We volunteered for years usually 6 months in various southern states and always did it as a volunteer. Free campsite with full hookups and occasionally propane. That usually saves $1,000.00 a month which was fine with us!
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      • Bob and Jean Souders
        Phil & Vicki February 11, 2021 We've been wintering at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge we've been working 2 or 3 4 hour days we also get full hook-ups plus propane, free laundry and use of a volunteer rec. room. They are still looking for volunteer help if interested.
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