FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
February 2005
Tech & Travel Tips: February 2005 Print Email
Our reclining chair has a circular steel base, so we cut a piece of plywood to fit onto the base and serve as a shelf. The dog's comb, several rags, a brush, and outdoor shoes can be stored out of sight.
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Barrier Islands Print Email
Barrier islands are found on coastlines all over the world. In the United States, you won’t see them along the rocky coast of the Pacific Ocean, but they’re very common along the Atlantic coastline from New England down to the southern tip of Florida, and along the shoreline of the Gulf of Mexico.
Why barrier islands — also known as barrier spits — exist is still debatable, but the general agreement seems to be that they were formed approximately 18,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age.
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The Cabin Cruiser Print Email
When you own a company that builds fine log homes, you must have skilled craftsmen in your employ. And if you also own a motor coach, it makes perfect sense to have those craftsmen customize it in a like manner.
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Readers’ Forum: February 2005 Print Email
The "Fuel Price Survey" in the January 2005 issue (page 64) listed the tax for diesel fuel in Oregon as .001. The correct tax should be .240.
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Barrier Islands Print Email
Barrier islands are found on coastlines all over the world. In the United States, you won’t see them along the rocky coast of the Pacific Ocean, but they’re very common along the Atlantic coastline from New England down to the southern tip of Florida, and along the shoreline of the Gulf of Mexico.
Why barrier islands — also known as barrier spits — exist is still debatable, but the general agreement seems to be that they were formed approximately 18,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age.
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FMCA Officer Elections Print Email
The Governing Board of the Family Motor Coach Association recently passed several bylaws amendments. Changes to Article VIII of the FMCA Bylaws specifically impact Executive Board member term lengths.
The Executive Board consists of the national president, senior vice president, secretary, treasurer, and the 10 area vice presidents, as well as the immediate past president.
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Tybee Island: Savannah's Beach Print Email
Islands, islands everywhere. The East Coast of the United States has a bounty of small islands waiting to be explored.
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The Commissioner Of Tailgating Print Email
As the sun set on Cincinnati, Ohio, three hours before the Bengals and Denver Broncos kicked off their "Monday Night Football" contest, Joe Cahn, F202477, was primed for action. As he made his way through the parking lots around Paul Brown Stadium, shouts of "Hey Joe, where you been?" and "Joe, over here!" guided him into groups of orange-clad fans, all his newest best friends.
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A Chapter Fair In Perry, Georgia Print Email
FMCA is continually striving to encourage and entice its members to join a chapter. It is frequently said that the true enjoyment of FMCA is experienced through chapter membership.
I have often compared FMCA chapter membership with belonging to a family, and chapter rallies to family reunions.
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The Heart of America Coachmen Print Email
During the summer of 1967 five couples with motor coaches gathered on weekends to camp at the lakes in Kansas. They decided to form a club and invited others to join.
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