Hello, My Fellow FMCA Family. I can't believe we were just celebrating Christmas, and now, by the time you read this, half the year will have slipped by. I must have dozed off! I have a cute story I want to tell...
Quilts And Quilters To Meet At Next Family Reunion
In early August, FMCA’s On-Road Quilters will meet during the 94th Family Reunion & Motorhome Showcase, at the Eastern States Exposition (ESE), home of the BIG E, in West Springfield, Massachusetts. If you’re a quilter, too, please join us.
I tried to drive my Allegro Breeze after a month or so in storage and found that the brakes would not release. They apparently were stuck to the drums.
The following companies have recalls delineated in this month's Recall Corner: Forest River Inc., Prevost Car Inc., Daimler Trucks North America LLC.
Heating Water Quickly
Dear RV Doctor:
When we need almost instant hot water, we occasionally fire up the water heater using both gas and electric at the same time. Is that acceptable, or will it cause damage?
We recently switched from a fifth wheel to a motorhome, and while lying in bed one night, I thought about the location of the fire extinguisher. Ours is at the entrance door, and I would guess most others are also. If you are in bed when a fire starts, most likely in the kitchen area, how will you get to the extinguisher?
Joining a new group can cause a tremendous amount of nervousness. Will I fit in? Will the group like me? Am I cool enough to hang out with such a crowd? For my husband, Ryan, and I and our two young daughters, attending our first FMCA Family Reunion & Motorhome Showcase this past March in Perry, Georgia, turned out to be as easy as eating a piece of pecan pie.
Linda Kendall, F396891, begins reading FMC from cover to cover on the day it arrives. That is, if she can get it away from Mikey, who she described as “a stray dog that adopted me” 17 years ago.
For 29 years, members of the Heartland Execs. chapter have gathered to rally with friends. Last fall, our destination was Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.
Everybody needs a little light in their life. The WD180 from Olympia is a palm-sized, rechargeable lantern with a magnetic base that can be mounted on any metal surface. You also can place it upright, adjust its feet to angle the light, or hang it using the built-in clip.