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- Publisher: Unknown (August 1, 2012)
- Publication Date: August 1, 2012
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- Language: English
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How to Live in a Car, Van or RV--And Get Out of Debt, Travel and Find True Freedom Kindle Edition
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What was missing is how do vandwellers deal with physical or mental illness, or serious health conditions (example cancer)? Do you drive back to your family or to the government and say "here I am take care of me"? Or do you hand your keys & title over to another vandweller and walk off into the wilderness to feed the earth with your remains?
What I didn't like (minus 1 star) was his repetition of topics already presented. So much so I was wondering if my Kindle copy had a glitch in it where parts of the book were duplicated in my electronic copy.
It is written in the chatty, fatherly manner that I so appreciate from his channel. It was nice to be able to hear his voice in my head as I read.
This is a quick and informative read and set up in such a manner as to allow skipping around to the topics one is most interested in.
What I love best is the great encouragement and confidence Bob generously dishes out without ever coming across as preachy or cultish; just a take it or leave it kind of guy.
Having read a number of somewhat disappointing books on van camping where fluff and preaching overshadows useful information, this author's writing style is straightforward, yet personalized; and compellingly easy to read, with a lot of really here-and-now valuable content. For instance, how to have 110 power--from just enough for small uses to a lot, and the varying ways to buy (or rig) same is presented understandably, even if you know nothing about it, which I don't. I actually have a basic understanding of choices that would be available to me and what it would cost, both in money and weight/space. He covers everything from showering and personal hygiene alternatives to internet/phone choices. All I can say is my book got heavily highlighted because there was just a ton of stuff I wanted to bookmark. Last but not least, in the few places when a topic's choices are too complex to reasonably include in depth, he lists the actual choices with enough explanation so that you can go straight to one that best fits your needs, and have a good idea what you're looking for, and what to watch for.
A really excellent "how to" book. Truly 5-star recommendable!
What a healthy perspective. Other authors have written this kind of book from the viewpoints of paranoia or the notion that there's something romantic about abandonment of places, people, and or even one's best self. Worst though, some authors have no alternative point of view, they're just inviting the reader to move from their secure house to a secure RV in a secure RV park. I'd rather hear the paranoid guy tell me about the best kinds of bullet-proof glass for my van.
But like I said, Wells is none of that. He fuses his realistic yet positive and hopeful philosophy with a lot of practicality. In that way he prepares you mentally and then he gets you on the road with excellent and specific advise on every major concern regarding living in a vehicle.
At the end of the book Bob doesn't leave you stranded. He steers you to forums where you can ask further questions, meet people, and drive further into the sub-culture of vandwelling, car living, and RVing. He invites you to write and visit him, wherever he may be camped.
I recommend this book to those interesed in mobile living, to those who are into simplicity or life editing, and also to anyone living or planning to live within some form of alternative housing. It's an easy, highly informative, and fascinating read.