FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
March 2009
Phoenix Cruiser Print Email
This past December I took delivery of a 2009 Phoenix Cruiser 2551 for a test outing. Simply put, I found this coach replete with innovation, livability, functionality, and observable quality. I also was pleasantly surprised to discover that ...
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Heavenly Directions Print Email
My father was a member of the United States Navy when I was young, so I spent a lot of time moving from station to station with my parents. Since my mother was somewhat directionally challenged at the time, I was forced to learn how to read a map
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"Great Georgia Getaway" Exhibits Print Email
It's so convenient to shop at an FMCA convention. You don't have to drive for miles and miles to the next RV dealership or motorhome products store. If you don't see what you're looking for in one aisle, you probably can walk around the corner and find it in the next.
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Albany — The Georgia One, That Is Print Email
There are 28 cities in the United States named Albany, but after immersing yourself in the confines of Albany, Georgia, you'll likely be willing to testify that it cannot be topped.
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Geocaching — A High-Tech Treasure Hunt Print Email
Geocaching is the modern equivalent of the treasure hunt game many of us played as children, with the addition of global positioning system (GPS) technology. It's so new that until May 2000, the sport never existed.
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Internet To Go Print Email
With a high-speed Internet connection, you can travel wherever you want and still be in communication via e-mail, photos, and even videos.
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It’s All About People Print Email
This past January I boarded an airplane in Corpus Christi, Texas, and left the balmy 78-degree temperatures for Bowling Green, Ohio, where I met Jerry Yeatts, director of FMCA’s Convention Department. We were conducting the final planning visit ...
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House Calls: March 2009 Print Email
Wobbly Antenna

Dear RV Doctor:
I have a Winegard crank-up “batwing” TV antenna, and when it's in the up position, it rocks back and forth when the wind blows. Someone told me there's a tool to adjust the antenna. Do you know what kind of tool this might be and what I have to do to adjust the antenna?

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Tech & Travel Tips: March 2009 Print Email
Cushion Anchors

Most motorhome couch cushions have to be readjusted every time you sit or lie on them. This is especially true with a sofa bed. But I found a solution to this sliding problem: hook-and-loop fastening material, such as Velcro.

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Ken Wilson: FMCA’s Handyman Print Email
Harold “Ken” Wilson, L13812, who served as FMCA’s Eastern Area vice president during the early 1990s and also authored numerous articles for Family Motor Coaching magazine, passed away on December 27, 2008 ...
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