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Lots of people use Escapess for short term.  Except for annual cost, you only get charged when you order mail forwarded.  Get it set up, have mail forded to it while you travel, get mail sent to you once or twice, then go home, get final shipment, then it is on hold until you travel again.  Why not give them a call and discuss options with them.

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Convert your known bills and such to online pay, or call when they are due and mail the check . I would do that for 3 to 4 months when I first returned to travel nursing and still had a "House". Now I have a forwarding service that I use every 4 to 6 months. Haven't received anything important that I wasn't expecting for years. 


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18 hours ago, daetrip said:

Exscapees I don’t believe has that option like some other services?

With the Escapee mail service so inexpensive we have just kept the same mail-box as we had when we were on the road. We have made our home-base our permanent address and when we travel for more than a week or two we just put in a temporary forwarding order to the Escapee address. This can be done for up to 6 months and it can be renewed if needed. When we had for home-base we go back online and cancel the forwarding order. That has worked well for us now for 8+ years. 

Good travelin !...............Kirk

Full-time 11+ years...... Now seasonal travelers.
Kirk & Pam's Great RV Adventure



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