Well, North Carolina has blessed us with late spring weather here at the end of February. For the first time flying to these winter RV shows, it was warm enough for me to wear shorts on the plane. As I've mentioned to many of you, one of my goals when we started full-timing was to never wear long pants again. That hasn't quite worked out like I'd hoped, but I sure enjoy warm, and even hot, weather.
The North Carolina Dealers Association RV Show here in Raleigh is the largest RV show in North Carolina and they have two large buildings filled with RVs plus several RVs outside. The 70-degree weather this weekend makes it comfortable to visit all the RVs. They have a great variety of RVs at this show, so come on out and take a look if you are in the market.
Our seminar area is quite large and in one of the RV buildings. Our first seminar on "Preparing to Full-time" was packed on the first day - Friday.
We certainly prefer having a separate room, but this isn't too bad. I just wish they would upgrade their projector and screen. They are ancient, and I thought for sure they would have upgraded them since the shows we did for them three years ago. It makes the screen hard to see and colors are just drab. Oh well, it is what it is.
We've had great turnouts and, as usual, we've really enjoyed doing the seminars, meeting people, and answering all the questions. I think I'm going to do an entry called "RV Show Frequently Asked Questions" because we get many of the same ones at every show, and every day of every show.
Well, that's it for now. It's our last day of seminars at RV shows for this year. And as much as we love doing the shows, we've had quite enough of hotel rooms with the six shows we've done in January and February. See you next time from our home sweet home in Florida. :)