FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
February 2009
Entegra Anthem Print Email
The 2009 Anthem by Entegra Coach is a real eye-catcher. We recently had the opportunity to test a new 42-foot-10-inch diesel pusher in this model line.
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Just For The Thrill Of It Print Email
I happened upon this story quite by accident while spending time at a four-wheel-drive shop called Moab 4x4 Outpost, located on the south end of Moab, Utah, not long ago. As I watched the shop technicians install equipment on Jeeps, I listened to them talk fondly about a group of four-wheel enthusiasts they had nicknamed "The Old Man Mafia."
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Perry Convention Seminars Print Email
Thousands of motorhomers will descend on the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, March 16 through 19, 2009, for FMCA's 81st International Convention. More than 100 different classes will be taught, including 30 new sessions, covering a wide scope of technical and educational subjects, along with 13 different crafts classes.
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Jekyll Island, A Georgia Jewel Print Email
Most everyone's heard of Jekyll Island, a barrier island along the coast of southern Georgia. It's situated near Brunswick, and especially hard to miss if you're a snowbird who migrates north and south along Interstate 95 twice a year.
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Natural Weather Predictors Print Email
Do you want to know what tomorrow's weather will bring? You could rely on newspaper forecasts, but they are often outdated by the time you read them.
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RV Moving Print Email
It was another brilliant idea.  Shortly after finishing having my head examined for taking two kids and three dogs across the country and back by motorhome, I found myself contemplating a new adventure, something that would break new ground in our RV life.
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A Year Of Oregon Festivals Print Email
Many RVers plan their travels to coincide with fun events such as festivals, or to pursue their hobbies at pet shows, antiques displays, car rallies, and more. In Oregon, my home state, just about every weekend of the year is booked.
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Button Treasures Print Email
When I was growing up, buttons from discarded clothes were removed and put in a large coffee can, ready to be sewn onto the next handmade garment. I used to love going through that button can. I would sort them by size, color, or favorites. Sometimes we used them in games of tic-tac-toe, tiddlywinks, or checkers.
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FMCA’s Commercial Family Print Email
I have been asked some questions recently about the FMCA Commercial Council and the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and have noted that some confusion seems to exist. So, I thought I would dedicate this month’s article to discussing FMCA’s commercial members and our relationship with RVIA.
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Frequently Asked Questions Print Email
This month, I'm sharing a list of questions we often receive at the FMCA national office and providing answers to them in the hope that other members will benefit from the information.
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