TOURS AND WORKSHOPS
See Tucson, ride a horse, play in a golf scramble (all before convention starts!)
There are limits on the number that can be accommodated on tours, and we cannot guarantee any tour reservations beyond September 1 registration. Tours are reserved as reservations arrive. Once filled, or after September 1, a waiting list will be started. In the event there is a cancellation, those on the waiting list will be moved up and notified.
Old Pueblo City Tour
Saturday, November 2 • 9 a.m.
Discover the origins of Tucson in this 4 ½ hour adventure. Visit the historic San Xavier del Bac Mission known as The White Dove of the Desert. Tour Barrio Historico, the finest collec-tion of adobe homes in the Southwest! Get an overview of Tucson (bring your camera) from the heights of “A” mountain. Visit Old Town Artists, a historic treasure trove, complete with unique gift shops and fantastic restaurants, as well
as beautiful scenery set in the historic block of downtown Tucson. Wander through other historic areas of downtown such as Snob Hollow and the Garden of Gethsemane. See the Historic University of Arizona campus and University District. Lastly, see the 4th Avenue Merchants Association with its unique collection of shops and restaurants that occupy a half-mile stretch of street just off of the downtown and university areas. Trip includes round-trip transportation, tour guide and gratuities. Lunch will be on your own, at the restaurant of your choice.
Tanque Verde Ranch Horseback Ride
Sunday, November 3 • 11 a.m.
Experience Tucson outdoors. Don’t miss an opportunity to connect with the Sonoran Desert and its majestic Saguaro and prickly pear cacti on horseback. This easy ride is designed for all skills.
The 1.5 hour guided private RVing Women group ride takes you through and into the Tucson moun-tains where Tanque Verde Ranch offers more than 60,000 acres for your riding pleasure. Participants will meet at 11 a.m. to carpool to the outfitter for the ride. You should return to the fairgrounds by 1:30 p.m.
Ladies RVW Golf Scramble
Monday, November 4 • 8 a.m.
The golf scramble will take place at the Del Lago Golf Club. Join us for this fun morning event. Meet at the front of the Old Pueblo Building at 8 a.m. to carpool to the course for an 8:30 a.m. tee time. Lunch will be served and includes a variety of food options for you to select from.
Basic RV Maintenance
Monday, November 4
This is a one-day overview that will provide participants with enough familiarity of RV systems to do basic preventative maintenance. The focus is on typical RV issues and problem RVers may encounter when camping. It will cover topics that should have been covered when the RV was first purchased, and will address all types of RVs, including trailers, fifth wheels, and motorhomes. This session is for people who are fairly new to RVing, or those that need to learn how to do basic maintenance to their RV. Topics covered are: keeping an RV component log, exterior of the RV, fresh water systems, sanitation systems, propane properties and appliances, electrical components, solar power and general maintenance checklist.
Advanced RV Maintenance
Tuesday, November 5
This class goes beyond basic preventative maintenance to equip attendees with essential troubleshooting and diagnostic techniques and help the RV owner become a better consumer of RV repair service. This includes logical approaches and techniques to use when troubleshooting, proper tools to use and best practices to resolve a problem safely. This session is for seasoned RV owners who have some experience doing basic maintenance on their own RV. It is intended to help RVers determine when they can do the work themselves and when to call for a technician. If you have a particular area you would like to cover, or a specific question you’d like answered, please email Barbara at Barbara_Jording@bellsouth.net. You should attend a basic maintenance class (ours or someone else’s) prior to signing up for the advanced class.