RV Owners Seminar underway in Kelowna, BC
Today is the first full day of classes at the 14th annual RV Owners Lifestyle Seminar on the Okanagan College campus in Kelowna.
On this overcast day in the Okanagan Valley in south central region of British Columbia, about 100 RVers crowd into college classrooms to learn more about life on the road.
There is a variety of workshops being offered, ranging from the fairly technical to the more carefree RV travel destinations.
Among the classes this morning, Solo RVer Arlene Janssens of Oregon presented information on being prepared for emergencies on the road. She answered questions around “What are the minimum items needed to survive 72 hours in an emergency.”
Master RV technician Al Cohoe of Kelowna, BC, talked about ‘Propane Systems and Components.’ Later today Tim Wourms discusses ‘RV Denfensive Driving.’
All in all, over the three-day event, more than 50 seminars will be presented.
Photos: Top: Arlene Janssens in ‘Am I Prepared?’ Bottom, Al Cohoe stressing a point in ‘Propane Properties and Safety.’ (Julianne Crane)