Monday, September 05, 2016

Moving plan

10am - After calling around everywhere in Southern California to find a place to move Twayler [The Team's name for our new trailer], we decided to continue living at Guava Gardens until we are accepted by Jojoba Hills RV Resort.

When I was phoning around to find an RV Park for Twayler to stay, I contacted RV Parks from San Diego County to Riverside County. I found that there was NO available space for many months! Perhaps years.

I suspect that, the economic situation here in the United States of America is terrible.  Much, much, much more terrible than the government is letting us in on.

The result:
Persons who are only qualified for low wage jobs, are no longer able to provide food and housing for their families. These lower economic class families, must be grasping at any method, to survive!!

So, what is the cheapest way to house such a family? Are you thinking, "Live in an RV?" If you are, I believe that you and I are correct.

That is the reason that Twayler and The Team, could not find an economic place to rent in an RV Park. That is because of the wave of these persons moving into RV Parks at an affordable rate.

Oh yes, there were $2,000 per month RV Parks. But, if a person could afford $2,000 per month, they would NOT be the persons we are writing about here.

Jojoba Hills RV Resort
Why don't these people having terribly hard times, move to Jojoba Hills? Well, the most likely reason is, that these persons who are having so much trouble now, cannot afford to pay a $33,000 deposit charge, in order to make that move.

So, that is the reason that we on the Tioga George RV Team, have decided to continue living at Guava Gardens until we are accepted at the Escapees of Jojoba Hills RV Resort. 😎


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19 comments:

  1. You have to pay a $33,000 deposit to move into the place? Hard to believe!

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  2. Or you're talking about the trailer?

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    1. Hi Bill,

      Here's the info about the remaining things for me to do in order to get on to the wait list at Jojoba Hills RV Park:

      1. Pay a $100 nonrefundable administration fee.
      2. Pay a $1,000 deposit on my membership.
      3. Provide proof of ownership of a self-contained RV.
      4. Provide age verification [copy of driver's license].

      That's it! In a few minutes I am going to post your comments and my reply on my blog to let reader understand where I am to get on the wait list.

      George


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  3. I am thinking that since it's an Escapees park, Jojoba Hills is only available for the senior crowd; other RV parks probably accept all ages.
    That might explain why they are all full. That $33,000 figure up front seems incredible. Only the wealthy could do that!

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    1. Hi RnR,

      The $33,000 figure you commented on is a $30,193.18 cost for a current membership In the Jojoba Hills RV Resort.

      I am paying for a membership because it is the best thing for me at this time.

      Tioga George

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  4. $33,000 deposit Charge -- do you mean to pay for the trailer?

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    1. Hi Sheila,

      The cost for Twayler is $$32,054.31 total, out-the door.

      A membership at this time in Jojoba Hills RV resort is $30,193.18 total.

      Tioga George

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  5. Excuse my French,,,,, but wow that's a bite in the ass,,,,
    Is that considered a good fath deposit until you move in
    If it's considered a deposit when Does one get it back I hope it comes with a real good interest rate
    So 60 grand later you still don't have a new mailing address

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    1. Mister Ed, Jojoba only costs $1,000 deposit and $100 administration fee (non-refundable). Then, you need to spend $850 for a lifetime membership in the Escapees RV Club as a new member. I believe the deposit is applied against chargeable items in the park, such as electricity or phone. Anyway, the above information came from Jojoba's website and Escapees' website. Therefore, what George is probably speaking about is the requirement by Jojoba that he have immediate ownership of an RV ready to move in when his name comes up on the list; I'm sure he paid the required "deposit" in the form of his RV purchase.

      Dee
      Summerville, SC

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    2. Hi Mr. Ed,

      By the time of this reply to your comment/question, I answered here in comments [above] and in the September 6th blog post.

      Tioga George


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  6. With your trailer paid in full Can you differ the trailers delivery date of your trailer to coincide when you're excepted to move in the park,, whatever timeframe date that may be ?

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    1. Hi Mister Ed,

      I want to receive Twayler. I wish to live in Twayler as soon as possible! 😎

      Tioga George

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  7. I'm happy for you, but am sad about you not having anywhere to move into with your trailer. I'll pray for you. Blessings, Lynn

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    1. Hi Lynnie,

      Thank you sooooo much!

      But stay tuned! There may be an RV Park for Twayler yet!

      Tioga George

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  8. George there are plenty of reasonably priced parks up here near Hemet. For example: http://diamondvalleyrvpark.com/rates.php

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    1. Hi Granbo!

      I am beholden to you for the Diamond Valley RV Park referral!!!! 😍

      I sent a message to Diablo Valley Park last nite.

      Stay tuned!

      Tioga George

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  9. George, I know you are excited about getting out and again participating in the RV lifestyle. But RV dealers are like professional stick home builders. Years ago when we had a new house built, the builder wanted us to close on the house and move in as soon as the house was liveable. We did so, and it was the wrong thing to do. There was a ten-page punch list that needed to be completed by them, and once we moved in, it took over a year at their discretion to get it done; we felt as though we were held hostage always having to be at home when the builder decided to show up. New RV dealers are the same way; with the modifications you want made to your new RV, such a comfy smaller bed, a desk installed, and any modifications to the floor of the slide out for your recliner, I would not move your RV from their lot until that "punch list" was completed to your satisfaction. Once you hand them the money, they are as slow as ketchup. You are probably worrying needlessly about a temporary RV site; while they are completing your requests, the RV is sitting on their lot at their expense. At most, when your RV punch list has been completed, the dealer should only charge you a small storage fee a month until your name comes to the top of Jojoba's list.

    Dee
    Summerville, SC

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    1. Hi Dee,

      Bobby Combs RV is NOT like that! They are the very best RV sales firm that I have run into in all of my time as an RVer.

      For sure!

      Tioga George


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  10. I couldn't be happier for you!! Counting the days until you can make it your own and hang your hat in your own place again! Moving forward in such an exciting way!!!

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