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June 2018


Kym and Lyn find Paradise

Kym and Lyn find Paradise

Money pot with shallow bottom' no problem

Kym and Lyn's book helps working travellers follow in their tracks

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AUSSIE caravanners Kym Leech and Lyn Hutton, who have been full-time working travellers for six years, have published a book to help others wanting to follow in their tracks.

Be an Australian Nomad Adventurer Confidently rove and fund your lifestyle while on the road is written with humour and in an easy-to-read style with over 130 illustrated pages.

It costs $12.50, with a dollar from every sale being donated to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Topics range from having a multi-employability mindset, ideas on how and where to look for work, accommodation and communications.

Kym and Lyn book front coverThe authors say the "one day" people (those still to negotiate some of those early decision-making processes and give it a go) and those already on the road will enjoy relating to much of the content and will likely pick up some new ideas.

Kym and Lyn, whose No Boundaries website has a popular following, describe themselves as a working class couple who started their nomadic lifestyle while in their mid 50s and after their children had fled the nest.

"We have been part of this ongoing migration of working nomads for over six years," they told Caravanning News.

"We have experienced Australia and so much more ... with the advantage of younger energy than we ever could had we delayed our caravan travels to post-retirement."

With what they say was "a money pot with a shallow bottom", working and travelling their way around was the answer.

"Our adventures on the road have largely been financed by finding work in an ever-extending trail of places and work situations as we travel throughout Australia," they said.

Kym and Lyn explained they are like the "proverbial slow racing turtle", towing their caravan and all their basic comforts along with them.

And they stress that their time on the road has been far from all about hard work ... it can be paradise, as one of their photos show.

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