Don’t take this wrong.. but I want to help.

A couple people have emailed me about dropping me a few dollars here and there via a paypal link or some such.

What strikes me as interesting is that the people who ask are the people who seem to me to be the most strapped for cash themselves.

But, for those who really want to know if and/or how they can help, here’s some ideas.

First, research. My internet and computer time will be severely curtailed.
If you’re a google wizard, find a way I can make an air scoop for the front of my camper (so I don’t have a big block sticking up in the wind) with just hand tools and plywood.
Find a salvage yard or RV place that has the louvered windows and vents for campers in/around Austin. The louvered windows aren’t made any more so it’ll probably have to be a salvage yard for those.

Second, gift cards.
Here’s what..

Wal-Green for No-Rinse shampoo and body wash products. Or go here… http://www.norinse.com/

Exxon/Texaco or other gas stations for gas. This will be my main expense other than my phone and car insurance.

Wal-Mart or Wal-Greens for personal supplies

Cabelas for camping supplies (solar, camping toilet supplies, etc. They also have the no-rinse products.)

If you want to know something specific, email me or leave a comment. : )

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  1. Anonymous

     /  September 27, 2011

    Cabelas: not the most economical of solutions for supplies. sure lots of selection but hardly ever the cheapest… depending on what you need, army surplus might be a better bet…

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  2. What I want from Cabela’s, Army Surplus doesn’t carry.
    I don’t actually need to use Cabela’s, but they do have most of the hard to find items that would make life easier in one location.
    I could, and likely will when I save up enough, order the solar panel/battery directly from the company but Cabela’s also carries them in stock.

    Specific camping gear, should I want specific camping gear, could probably be found at the Army Surplus or REI. But I can’t really think of any camping gear that I need other than a collapsible wash/cleanup bucket.

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