Long-Term Travel Planning: Getting Your Ducks in a Row Before You Go
There are many aspects of long-term travel to consider when you’ll be on the road for over a month. It is usually easy to find a friend to watch your house, water plants, etc. for a short time, but you probably don’t want to leave your house empty, your mail uncollected, or your mortgage and other bills unpaid if you will be absent long-term. What about health insurance? Will your car start when you return? Will your pipes freeze?
Cathy Fulton rarely travels for less than three month...
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