FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
June 2003
Readers’ Forum: June 2003 Print Email
The telephone number for Remco Manufacturing given in the April 2003 "Technical Inquiries" column ("Towing A PT Cruiser," page 30) was incorrect. The correct phone number is (800) 228-2481.
Do You Need A Hug? Print Email
As we prepare to celebrate FMCA's 40th anniversary, we can't help but think back to the association's early years and how it has evolved. During our 12 years of involvement in FMCA, we have had numerous occasions to talk with many longtime members.
Golden Eagles Print Email
Fellow birder, writer, and valued friend Jack Wilburn once said, “There is no bird more majestic than the golden eagle.” To that we say, "Amen." These birds are enormous yet graceful, royal in appearance yet fierce when snatching a meal.
Leave Room For Jell-O Print Email
The village of LeRoy, New York, boasts tree-lined streets, classic Victorian homes, and the distinction of being the birthplace of America's most famous dessert.
It's easy to find your way around — and to — this small town, which is 60 minutes east of the Buffalo/Niagara region. Simply travel along Interstate 90, the New York State Thruway; take exit 47; and travel south a few miles.
Our first stop was a coffee shop on Main Street where excellent pastries are served.
Technical Inquiries: June 2003 Print Email
Q: Thanks for publishing the ice maker article by Bill Hendrix in the March 2003 issue (page 68). I would like to know how one can make, or get, clear ice cubes from the ice maker.
Convention Parking Procedures — Buffalo Print Email
Everyone will be assigned a day and time of admittance based on the date their registration is received at FMCA headquarters in Cincinnati. All registrations will be divided equally over a three-day period.
Let The Sun Shine In! Print Email
Here are some sunny, delicious recipes that are galley tested for ease, appealing looks, and great taste.
Sunrise French Toast
This recipe from Sunkist Growers turns everyday French toast into a fruity banquet. Make your favorite French toast recipe, adding a tablespoon of freshly grated grapefruit zest to the milk-egg mixture.
Whoa There, Partner! Print Email
If your full-timing companion is not related to you by blood, marriage, or a legal arrangement such as adoption, you could be cruising toward trouble. There are many advantages to having a traveling partner, but things can unravel quickly if you break up or if one of you has financial, legal, or medical problems.
Picture these real-life scenarios:
·  You don’t want to marry your boyfriend, because you’d lose your late husband’s $600-a-month pension.
Member Benefits, Part Two Print Email
Last month I discussed the benefits of FMCA's information exchange and travel services. This month I'll complete the travel services category and discuss two more favorite types of FMCA member benefits — discounts and events.
Thanks To All For Three Fine Years Print Email
In March 2000 at the FMCA convention in Pomona, California, I promised the members of the Nominating Committee that if I was elected FMCA's national secretary, I would serve all three years allowed by the FMCA Bylaws. To King deBord, F16686, who was chairman of the committee then, and to the other members of that committee, I can say I have kept my promise.
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