2010 Snowbird RV Show and Sale

Saturday, September 11th, 2010

The 2010 Snowbird RV Show and Sale is coming to Abbotsford’s TRADEX. From September 23 – 26, 2010 you will find all things RV, camping and outdoor living at Greater Vancouver’s largest fall recreation vehicle show!

This year’s show highlights include feature speaker Ty Adams who retrofit an old RV to be entirely sustainable!! This amazing machine runs on vegetable oil and a solar panel. Zero electricity or petroleum is required to run this RV! We hear there are lots of new things to see as well, as the RV industry introduces full outdoor kitchens at the touch of a button. Sounds like lots of fun stuff to check out!

We have two four packs of tickets to share with some awesome Fraser Valley Pulse readers! Please leave a comment below to let us know what steps you have taken to live more sustainably… or let us know what delicious meal you would love to create in a full outdoor kitchen! Winner will be announced September 17, 2010.

For show details, please visit the 2010 Snowbird RV Show and Sale website at www.rvshowsbc.com.



6 Responses to “2010 Snowbird RV Show and Sale”

  1. Shannon says:

    To live more sustainably, in the last year I have stopped using chemical cleaners in my home, stopped using plastic baggies for lunches, made reusable snack, sandwich and produce bags.

  2. Rachael says:

    If I had an outdoor kitchen, My first meal would be barbequed Salmon fillets, corn on the cob, and baked potatoes. Just love to cook outside!

  3. I love RV shows! They feed the dreams of winters in the sun!

  4. Cheryl Tall says:

    To live more sustainably, I turn lights off when I’m not using them. I also have many small reading lights and computer lights around my house so I can use less energy.

  5. Hilda C says:

    This year I am going to send the kid’s lunches in reusable containers rather than using bags that get thrown out. It takes more planning on my part but we were going through so many bags and instead I bought more containers and fingers crossed I get them back!

    An outdoor kitchen sounds like camping without the smell of smoke!

  6. Jade says:

    We’ve taken many steps towards living more sustainably and continue make more all the time.
    We reuse or recycle EVERYTHING in our home. In fact, our neighbour ended up taking most of our old kitchen from our recent reno up to his property to reuse. Very little is sent to the dump in our house.
    We use cloth diapers and natural laundry soaps. Also, only doing full loads of laundry to cut down on water wasted.
    We turn off all the lights, fans, etc when we’re not in the room and turn off the water while brushing our teeth or shaving.
    We use non toxic cleaners whenever possible (ie. vinegar to clean counters, wet microfibre cloths for windows, etc.) so as not to wash contaminates down the drain.
    We try our best to buy local foods (preferably organic foods or no spray fruits/veggies).
    There are more but I don’t want to write a novel!

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