‘Life on the Road’ RV workshop in Spokane on 5/14/11


RVWheelLife.com publisher JimmySmith_JulianneGCrane_Rockport Julianne G. Crane and writer Jimmy Smith are presenting a “Life on the Road” workshop at the “Celebrate Life Expo” (11:30 am-1 pm) on Saturday, May 14, 2011, at the Spokane County Fair & Expo Center (404 N. Havana St., Spokane).

Jimmy and Julianne will give  insights into what it’s like living six months on the road in an 8-1/2-foot truck camper. During this 90-minute workshop, they will share experiences from their recent 12,000-mile RV trip circumnavigating the USA; and from last year’s three-month, 8,000-mile journey exploring the Southwest. Bring your lunch and questions.

“The Celebrate Life! Expo supports successful aging throughout the Inland Northwest by bringing boomers, seniors, and their families together with local businesses, educators, entertainers, and wellness experts. Nearly 170 exhibitors, a MONARCH Arts exhibit, Outstanding Volunteer Awards ceremony, and dozens of free health screenings combine with educational presentations to inspire our community to engage in life, making the Expo the most comprehensive wellness and lifestyle event in the region.”

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Photo: Jimmy Smith and Julianne G. Crane loading last minute items into camper before leaving Rockport, TX, earlier this year.

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  • Good for you! I would love to come and
    attend, but alas, it is the next day of
    my graduation from the training.
    Wish you the best. Miya

  • I have dreams of an extended RV trip maybe a year or more. I’d love to hear your experience, but won’t be in Spokane in May. Will you be doing the same in Oregon at all?

  • You go guys! You have lots of experiential information to share. I know your workshop will be a hit.

    Have a great time.


  • Jimmy… Julianne… Wish we could attend. I’d love to hear your take on those 6 months… now after you’ve had a chance to be home for a few weeks. Best wishes for a wonderful workshop. You’re certainly qualified.

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