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The coronavirus has us stuck in New Zealand… in an RV. This Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 6pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific, we’ll fill you in on what’s been happening and take your questions LIVE on the air.

Use the following link to join the live broadcast (or watch it after the fact, too!):

https://youtu.be/1AqImtvJPoo

If you click the link before the live is scheduled, you can set a reminder so that YouTube will send you a note so you don’t miss it. Also, be sure you’re logged into your YouTube/Google account so you can post in the chat during the broadcast.

We’ll tell you how we got where we are, and what we’ve been going through with our friends and fellow hosts of The RVers, Tom & Cait Morton. We’ll also be happy to take your questions on what it’s like RVing internationally during a pandemic, and what our current plans are for getting back to North America (things have been changing by the day). At least, in the interim, we’re comfortable in our Wilderness Motorhome Rentals. Thanks Wilderness!

Speaking of  The RVers Season One will re-air in its entirety on The Discovery Channel beginning on Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 8am Eastern & Pacific and 7 am Central for 6 consecutive weeks. That will be followed immediately by the premiere of Season Two, also on Discovery on Saturday mornings at the same times, beginning on May 16, 2020.

Of course Season One is always available to stream (commercial-free with bonus content!) on iTunes, Amazon Prime and Google Play. You can also find the show on PBS. Check your local PBS station for dates and times.

We hope you’re all safe and sound, and hope to see you Sunday.

Cheers,
Peter & John

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