A one-hour seminar by RVing expert Cathy Atkins has been added to the lineup for the RVtravel.com seminar series set for April 23 in Edmonds, Wash. Her class will provide insights and information to women who travel alone with an RV, according to a news release.
Atkins is an avid RVer and a member of the board of directors of RVing Women, a national organization with 17 chapters that stages local events and provides education and support to single, divorced or widowed women who travel with RVs. It also holds an annual national convention, the next one set for Oct. 12-16 in Goshen, Ind.
Among the other speakers will be the “RV Doctor” Gary Bunzer, RV performance expert Eric Davis, veteran Alaska RVer Nyla Walsh, RVtravel.com Editor Chuck Woodbury, RV Life columnist Dave Helgeson and RV driving instructor Lorrin Walsh. Topics will include RV plumbing and waste systems, preparing an RV for spring, maximizing an RV’s performance, how to drive a motorhome, boondocking, traveling with an RV to Alaska and blogging for profit.
A limited number of seats are available for the seminars and are expected to sell out before the event. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. at the shared headquarters of RVtravel.com and RVbookstore.com at 170 W. Dayton St., Suite 103 in Edmonds with activities continuing until 5 p.m. Admission to the open house is free. An all-day pass for the seminars is $15. More information is available at RVtravelSeminars.com.