FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
May 2005
A Perry Good Time Print Email
A genuine Southern welcome was extended to thousands of motorhomers who sojourned in Perry, Georgia, for FMCA's “America On The Move” convention Monday, March 21, through Thursday, March 24. This grand gathering — the association's 73rd International Convention — took place at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter, which hosted previous FMCA conventions in 1996, 1999, and 2002.
Life In Deadwood, South Dakota Print Email
What do you do when your town is about to die? In the 1980s, the people who call Deadwood, South Dakota, home were nearly faced with that possibility. The smaller gold mines had all closed, and even the mighty Homestake Mine (where the Hearst family fortune had its genesis) was in trouble.
Who's That Singing? Print Email
Springtime is full of music, and humans aren’t the only ones expressing their love in song. In the bird world it’s vital to the process of finding, wooing, and winning a mate.
The Santa Fe Trail In Colorado Print Email
Think of Colorado, and snowy ski resorts spring to mind. However, in contrast, the southeast corner of the state is flat, flanked by the front range of the Rocky Mountains.
House Calls with the RV Doctor Print Email
Annoying Ammonia

Dear RV Doctor:
Being a rookie RVer, I accidentally did not have my motorhome fully leveled while camping and, therefore, I now have a leak in my RV refrigerator. I am getting that wonderful ammonia smell when the door is opened.
FMCA's Commercial Members Print Email
Family Motor Coach Association is made up of two distinct types of members. Most of us are quite familiar with family membership, since this is the category we fall into as motorhome owners.
Wilderness Fly-Fishing At Wallowa Lake Print Email
You can see the snowcapped mountains for miles as you head southeast on Oregon's State Route 82. By the time you reach the end of the road and catch your first glimpse of the sapphire-blue jewel named Wallowa Lake, you begin to understand why the Nez Perce Indians loved this area.
Readers’ Forum: May 2005 Print Email
The address listed for Harbor Products Inc., the company that makes the Rescue Tape featured in the February 2005 "RV Products" column (page 48), was incorrect. The correct address is Harbor Products Inc., 630 S.
The Education Committee Print Email
I hope many of you have taken advantage of one of the greatest benefits offered to FMCA members — educational seminars designed specifically for motorhome owners.
Along with Aon Recreation Insurance, C95 (formerly RV Alliance America), FMCA cosponsors the Fire & Life Safety seminar, which is presented by veteran firefighter Mac McCoy, C7648. Aon and FMCA also cosponsor the RV Safe Driving Course, a great way to sharpen your driving skills.
'Tis A Gift To Be Simple Print Email
When the first Shakers arrived in the United States, they were officially known as the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming. It’s not surprising that the name Shakers became more popular.
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