CHICAGO — As administrator of the We Love Workamping Facebook Group, I see all sorts of questions from new Workampers and lots of helpful tips shared by others. The Files tab there lists docs with many helpful workamping resources, but a recent discussion got me thinking about the best tools I’ve used for my workamping jobs over the years.
What are the Best Workamping Tools?
I’ve used everything from weed-eaters to websites when it comes to workamping. A comfortable pair of work shoes is a must, but there are three things I’ve used the most as a happy workamper.
1. Get a good pair of work gloves.
A durable pair of work gloves is a must for maintenance and other outdoor workamping duties—especially fencing and other ranch work.
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