Mystery Shopping Some things we have done on the road; 1. Kayaking guides - FL, NC, Coasta Rico & Canada (our company was oft inspected by mystery shoppers. I found them to be a great help in developing marketing tactics. 2. Swimming pool repair - worked for a company out of Mn. Worked each job for about a week, maybe two, then moved to next job. Averaged $1400/wk! No kidding! It is hard work and I earned every cent. This was at hotels, parks, and other high end places so we stayed at some nice spots. Our supplies were carried in a trailor behind our class C. I have a HASMAT on my CDL, which is required for those chemicals. Now we live in a non-moving home, and I took a "day job" a couple of years ago. We had a baby! Figure out what skills you have now, what skiils you would enjoy learning, and your ability to improvise, adapt and overcome. Do not limit yourself to RV parks. Never think you are too old or over qualified for anything. I am in my mid 50's, engineering degree and do very well in construction. Above all; network network network. talk to every one you meet.