Friday, March 30, 2007

Life on Wheels

For those of you who are new to RVing and would like to receive an affordably-priced RV education from some experts in the field, check out the Life on Wheels conferences at This year's classes are offered at colleges or universities in Bowling Green, KY; Moscow, ID; Bethlehem, PA; and Des Moines, IA.

Life on Wheels was started by Gaylord Maxwell. If RVing has a godfather, he would be Mr. Maxwell. Chuck Woodbury, the man responsible for RV Bookstore, the RV Travel newsletter, RV Travel forum, Free Campgrounds forum, these blogs and many other informative sites has taught classes there. Joe and Vicki Kieva, who just finished presenting their seminars for two DVDs available soon in the RV Bookstore, will be there. And I am honored to be included with these terrific people. I will be teaching two classes in Idaho, Pennsylvania and Iowa: Saving Space and Weight in Your RV, and Basic Self-Protection. I will be focusing on solo women RVers as well as anyone who wants to be prepared and feel safe when they travel.

Check out the website and if you are near any of these areas, please think about signing up for classes that interest you at Life on Wheels.


  1. Hi, Adrienne Kristine!

    I'd like to second your recommendation to attend the Life on Wheels conference. I attended my first one last month in Tucson, AZ. It was a real education! I recommend it highly. I'm a wanna-B, will be going solo. Unfortunately, Class Bs seem to be the ugly stepchild of full-time RVing , but I'm hoping to change that. Jane

  2. So sad to see that the PA conference has been cancelled. I'll have to wait until 2008 in Harrisburg to participate. I see you were originally scheduled to teach at this seminar. Any chance you will be there next year? Looking forward to attending, I need lots of help. LindaD

  3. I will probably be in Harrisburg next year. This year, however, I will only be traveling east as far as Michigan after the Iowa conference.

  4. Just completed the LOW in Bowling Green KY and I cannot say enough good things about it. I am a solo "gonna be" in about 2 years and am doing my homework. I (think) I have switched from a Class A MH to a diesel truck w/5th wheel. Everyone should consider LOW, sorry you were not at this workshop, they needed more for solo'ers.