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LIVE from LAX! Upcoming Appearances & Video Update

LIVE from LAX! Upcoming Appearances & Video Update

We’ve been running around more than usual lately, and it doesn’t look like that’s going to end anytime soon. We just finished broadcasting a YouTube Live update from Los Angeles (which you can watch above), where we’re about to board a plane to Florida to attend the RVillage Rally in Live Oak, FL from 2/12-2/16. Last minute tickets are still available if you’re going to be in the area. The following weekend (Feb 21-23) we’ll be appearing at the Pennzoil 400 Weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway!

At RVillage, we’ll be hosting a “Master Class” that will be a discussion about RV Solar & Batteries with our friends and co-hosts on The RVers, Tom & Caitlin Morton of Mortons on The Move. Then all four of us will be joined by Anthony Nalli for “An Evening With the RVers TV Cast” followed by a performance by Anthony’s band Wicked Truth!

At LVMS, we’ll be out-and-about throughout the weekend. We’ll be at the National Indoor RV Centers display as well as at the RV Appreciation Party (only available to RVers staying onsite during the event… so come on out with your RV!) on Saturday from 4-6PM (time may vary as it starts after the Boyd Gaming 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race ends).

We know this is all a bit last minute, but we hope some of you will be able to join us at one or the other, or both, events! If you’ll be in Florida or Las Vegas, be sure to come say hello!

Also, the much-anticipated tour of our fantastic new solar system is almost ready. Stay tuned for updates, as we’ll be posting that video later this week.

Lastly, we’ll be RVing in New Zealand with Tom & Cait for about 5 weeks beginning late this month, so stay tuned for details about that trip, too.

Safe Travels,
Peter & John


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John Rasmussen

Wednesday 12th of February 2020

For the ‘Suggestion Box’...

I like to see you guys do a foggy window repair video and thanks for all of your great work!

TheRVgeeks

Wednesday 12th of February 2020

Thanks John! We’ll keep that one in mind!

Steve St.Martin

Wednesday 12th of February 2020

Had a great time meeting you guys at Silly All's in Quartzsite and thanks for the hat and DVD

Pius Horning

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

on the go are you? well, that's what happens when you are big time TV stars LOL. you guys are great and you've worked hard for your success's

TheRVgeeks

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

Thanks so much! ☺️

John Mitchell

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

Let us know when you come back up to B.C. Right now we are snowed in. I am going to experiment with further downsizing - started with a 40 Empress (triple E) then a 32 foot Commander(w22 triple E) and just ordered a 24 foot Wonder from ??? (Triple E - you guessed it).They make a great product. Can the 2 of us put up with the limited space and features?

TheRVgeeks

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

We always say to get the smallest RV you think you can be comfortable in! Sounds like you’re living it!

Richard Asciukiewicz

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

Older RVs may find air bag ride valve cause your RV to sag after a few days at your camp site my 2004 Monaco Diplomat front right air ride sags over time. Easy fix the air valve can be removed two bolts another four screws hold valve case together. Go to Napa auto part store purchase a O Ring kit for $2.00 There are 4 O rings to replace. Rather purchasing new air bag valve over $100.00 each most RV shops will charge $95.00 just to do a diganoses of the air bag valve + shop time and parts can add up. This will save you money an having your RV tied up in the shop for days. Happy motoring Rich full time RVer

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