FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
February 2004
Eats Minus Meats Print Email
Whether you’re a vegetarian or are looking for economical meals, here is a collection of recipes that do not call for meat. Imitation sausage- and ground beef-flavored crumbles are meat substitutes that are made from soy and seasonings.
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RV Products: February 2004 Print Email
Outdoor activities are a major part of motorhoming for many people, but wet boots and gloves can put a damper on further outdoor fun. The Sahara Shoe and Boot Dryer may be the answer to this dilemma.
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Father Ralph Carney Begins New Career Print Email
Father Ralph Carney, F309996, is a retired Catholic priest who serves members of FMCA as the chaplain of a new chapter called The Roamin’ Catholics, and also as chaplain of FMCA's Northwest Area.
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Readers’ Forum: February 2004 Print Email
At press time it was discovered that FMCA commercial members in Quebec, Canada, were omitted from the Business Directory, a listing of all FMCA commercial members, in the January 2004 issue (page 1073). Unfortunately, because of time and space constraints, it was not possible to publish a list of these missing companies this month.
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Tech & Travel Tips: February 2004 Print Email
In our travels across the country, we sometimes cross time zones as well as state lines. It is customary for us to call relatives in the evening after settling in a campground.
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Technical Inquiries: February 2004 Print Email
Q: I want to use a tow dolly and pull my 2004 Porsche mid-engine Boxster with its drive wheels on the dolly. Your article states not to pull backward.
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Travelers' Tips For Soothing What Hurts Print Email
As much as we love travel, there are days when our bodies can’t do anything but complain. However, that doesn’t mean we sit in a chair and pout — what fun would that be? Many minor aches and pains respond to a little TLC, so give these tips a try when you're feeling a little under the weather.
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Loving The Full-Timers Life Print Email
Despite its freedoms and joys, full-timing also presents its share of challenges and problems. Here are some solutions that might work for your life on the go.
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Communications With The FMCA National Office Print Email
It amazes me how much communication has changed just in the past few years, and how these changes have paved the way for smooth travels for motorhome owners. One example is telephone communications.
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RVIA's Big Show Print Email
Why would you go to Louisville, Kentucky, in early December in your motorhome? Believe me, it's not to camp out and enjoy the outdoors. In December 2002 when we visited Louisville, we encountered eight inches of snow.
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