The RV Safety Education Foundation put on the conference where we presented our seminars this past week. It was a small group (about 60 people) and they had 6 sessions from which to choose each hour – so we had very small groups. One session (GPS Navigation) we actually had standing room only. But the room only held 15! :-)
The focus at this conference is similar to the old ‘Life on Wheels’ where it was all about learning the details of living in an RV – from understanding the bathroom holding tanks, electrical systems, and propane appliances, to fire safety, state laws of the road, and RVing clubs. We attended Life on Wheels in our first year on the road. The program was over last year with the death of it’s founder, Gaylord Maxwell. We were thrilled to be included in this new incarnation of the program. Thanks to Walter Cannon for inviting us to be a part of it!
The best part of being involved in these events is the other people you meet. We’ve run into Dennis and Carol Hill of RV Driving School before, but this time we got to spend some quality time and so enjoyed them. We’ve added their Blog to our list at the right … check it out.
Here’s a little video I put together to give you a glimpse of some of the other folks involved: