FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
September 2008
The Tailgating Tradition Print Email
The “suckling elephant” emerged from the portable Cajun microwave as crispy-brown and juicy as though it had spent the day roasting in the kitchen of a five-star gourmet restaurant. Instead it was cooked in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, parking lot.
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Minnesota Memories Print Email
Back in July 1980, Family Motor Coach Association put down stakes at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in St. Paul for its 17th Annual Summer Convention, the "Twin Cities Jamboree." Twenty-eight years and 57 conventions later, FMCA returned to the same venue ...
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The Bridges Of Parke County Print Email
This area west of Indianapolis, Indiana, celebrates its many covered bridges during an annual festival each October, but visitors can enjoy these historic structures year-round.
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Tailgate Toys Print Email
Have you already double-checked your team's game schedule for the upcoming season? Already found yourself planning which foods to grill, and contemplating where you'll set up at the parking lot? If so, you're probably a motorhomer who uses your coach for the fine purpose of tailgating.
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Youth Find Their Own Fun In St. Paul Print Email
FMCA's Youth Program once again was a huge success with all of the children and their parents who attended the "Navigate To The North Star State" convention.
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Free Computer Tools For Travelers Print Email
The Web is a marketplace of commerce and personal gain, but free stuff is still available. Unfortunately, some of the free material offered online is a scam, so you need to be informed ...
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Governing Board Meets At St. Paul Convention Print Email
This month’s magazine contains a report about FMCA's 80th International Convention, which took place July 14 through 17 in St. Paul, Minnesota ("Minnesota Memories"). Based on reports I received from the FMCA members I talked with at the convention, the event was an overwhelming success.
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Tech Talk: September 2008 Print Email

Vacuum Lack

My vehicle is a 1981 Tioga powered by a Chevy 350 5.7-liter engine with a carburetor. The vacuum storage for the air vent controls seems to bleed out of the accumulator canister when on long grades, and especially at high altitudes.

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Recall Corner: September 2008 Print Email
Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. has announced NHTSA recall 08V292000, which affects certain 2008 and 2009 model year American Allegiance, American Eagle, American Heritage, American Tradition, Bounder, Bounder Diesel, Discovery ...
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House Calls: September 2008 Print Email
In Or Out?

Dear RV Doctor:
As I drive about I keep noticing RVs stored in driveways and yards with the slideouts open. Is this the preferred or correct way to store an RV for extended periods?

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