Seminars, Vintage Trailers & Food

RV Show in Pomona, California
The show is located between San Diego & Orange County.

The line to get Brett Michael’s autograph was too long for me. We had a good time walking through a large tent filled with people selling & giving away RV related stuff. 🙂  We did our best not to spend money and won the battle this time.

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Since were very happy with our new motorhome, Kevin & I  attended two seminars at the show.

Seminars:

  • Route 66: Exploring the Mother Road by John Holod
  • Wild Camping- Solar Panels, Water Conservation & Composting Toilets by Gone With the Wynns.

In the Route 66 seminar we learned the best times to travel, things to see & best starting point to travel route 66.

  • Travel after labor day-the kids are in school
  • There are so many things to see on Route 66 I couldn’t list them all. A few are Cadillac Ranch, Lincoln Tomb, Pontiac, Illinois, Santa Monica Pier, several bridges & a cowboy museum.
  • Travel from Chicago to the California coast- since I’m in California I’m not sure this will work for us.

The Gone With The Wynns  seminar opened our eyes to using more solar energy, benefits of LED lights & saving water. Also, composing toilets save on the “big black tank” mess. Gone With The Wynns have videos on the information at their web site.

Gone with the Wynns

Gone with the Wynns

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The vintage trailer area was a treat to walk through.

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I felt like I was in my grandmothers house in this trailer. I loved it!

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The trailers were vintage decorated. The outside had vintage patio decor.

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Bill & Jodee recommended the burgers at R&R so Kevin and I tried them. The cheese burgers were just right. Thanks!

We learned much & had fun at the RV Show. Looking forward to fulltiming next year 🙂

Happy Travels!

3 thoughts on “Seminars, Vintage Trailers & Food

  1. If you ever make the Route 66 trek and go through Amarillo, where Cadillac Ranch is, there is a nice RV museum there that is free to see at Jack Sisemore RV’s. We saw it last year, and I think I have photos of all the RVs there. Was a fun stop for us while in the area.

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