FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
February 2010
Rear View: February 2010 Print Email
Describe a romantic site or getaway you’ve traveled to by motorhome.
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RV Volunteering Print Email
The listings below will serve as the beginning of your search for a place to take your wheels, your willing hands, and your heart. It takes time and patience to do the research and follow-ups required to find the right volunteer role for you.
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Artists’ Homes And Studios Print Email
When we think of artists, it’s usually for the work they produced. Imagine how much more you could appreciate their work if you had a better understanding of the person who created it. And what better way than to visit the artist’s working studio/home? Here are 13 places where you can see fine art and the environment that brought it about.
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Rest Areas Close As States Cut Budgets Print Email
Rest areas have been a part of the United States' interstate highway system since it was created in 1956. But now motorists might have to drive farther to find a rest stop, and even then it might not be open. States are cutting back on rest areas because of budget constraints.
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Transportation To Go Print Email
Many motorhome owners choose to tow another vehicle to use as transportation once they reach their destination. This makes for a convenient way to see the local sights. For an even more intimate look at the local environs, and time to appreciate the outdoors, taking along two-wheeled transportation is a great option.
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Fleetwood Bounder Classic Print Email
The Bounder Classic 30T that I had the opportunity to review reflects the qualities of the original Bounder: simple, affordable, and functional.  John Crean would be very proud of this motorhome!
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Fleetwood: Looking Forward Print Email
Following the purchase in July 2009, the new company, Fleetwood RV Inc., set out to reclaim Fleetwood Enterprises’ former commitment to motorhome manufacturing. John Draheim, Fleetwood RV president and COO, recently shared some thoughts about this process with writer Bob Zagami.
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Oregon Motorcoach Center Print Email
Industry pioneer Bob Lee, who in 1973 founded the company that would become Country Coach Inc., one of the RV manufacturers that spurred a booming RV industry to life in Oregon’s Lane County through the next several decades, recently returned to the RV business. This time, however, he operates in a slightly different capacity.
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Albuquerque Daytime Entertainment Print Email
Motorhomers attending FMCA’s “Albuquerque Fiesta” convention, March 22 through 25, 2010, at EXPO New Mexico, will be treated to terrific music and comedy during the daytime hours.
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The Rail Runner Express: Albuquerque To Santa Fe Print Email
On the Rail Runner Express, the “beep-beep” sound that signifies that the doors are closing brings to mind the Warner Brothers cartoon “Roadrunner.” The train accelerates, and in a matter of minutes the houses and commerce of Albuquerque disappear. ... Eighty minutes later, the train pulls into the historic depot in Santa Fe.
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