FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
March 2007
Auburn, Opelika, And Tuskegee, Too Print Email
Experienced travelers know that it's often the nooks and crannies that prove to be the most interesting on the American scene. One such fascinating — and educational — region is just off Interstate 85, about 30 minutes west of Columbus, Georgia.
Be Inspired: Look Into Tallulah Gorge Print Email
Admittedly, you can find plenty of scenic locations, breathtaking overlooks, deep valleys, and exciting waterfalls in the Southeastern United States, but when you have seen Tallulah Gorge, you will agree there is nothing like it.
The gorge, located in northeast Georgia near the South Carolina state line, impresses visitors with its 1,000-foot-high vertical rock walls, which were carved by the Tallulah River. The canyon itself is approximately 2 miles long.
The Park
There are several important stops to make in the park itself.
The Distinguished Gentleman Print Email
Wednesday, 28 February 2007 19:00
Glen R. Key, L26355, who recently turned 90, memorized the poem “A Psalm of Life” when he was in the sixth grade. In many ways, his personal and professional life have embodied these words. "I was born with the curiosity and ambition to try anything,” he said, “and I had the utmost confidence in my abilities.”
Carolina Ramblers Gather To Help Others Print Email
Each December, members of the Carolina Ramblers chapter meet for a Christmas party and to share our good fortune with others. This year 43 chapter members attended our outing, which was held December 2, 2006, at the Yancey Village Restaurant in Yanceyville, North Carolina.
News And Views Print Email
Full-timing is certainly a wonderful lifestyle, but it doesn't relieve you from paying attention to the real-life situations and responsibilities you had before you took to the road. Here are a few things to keep your eye on as the year progresses.
The fine print.
Got Oil? Print Email
Dear RV Doctor:
We just purchased an RV with an Onan Marquis generator. We went to change the oil for the first time, and after warming up the generator, we could not get the oil to drain any faster than a drop at a time.
Historic Plantations Print Email
Those of us who grew up reading Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind may be saddened to learn that the beloved plantation “Tara,” like Ashley Wilkes and Scarlett O’Hara, was a product of Mitchell’s imagination. Luckily, other historic plantations do exist, and some invite the public to tour the house and/or grounds.
Spring Chicken Print Email
As you head out to see spring flowers along the highways, keep these easy recipes handy. Chicken is so versatile.
Arizona's Botanical Wonders Print Email
Simply put, there are things in life that give us pleasure, and one is the desert in springtime. With the winter rains ending and the sun each day climbing higher and higher into the northern skies, those awed by the drama and majesty of landscapes and the color of nature as it awakens are lured to Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.
Tech Talk: March 2007 Print Email
Fuelish Question
Q: In the October 2006 "Tech Talk" column, your response in the "Diesel Fuel For 2007" (page 20) letter answered some questions I had about diesel fuel. However, I have a question that was not answered.
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