I never really intended to make it a habit of sharing my misadventures in this column, but for some reason, when I was considering what to write about this month, the story of how I got lost in Michigan this summer came to mind.
It’s October, and I’m trying to get in the spirit to write a festive holiday message. The temperature is in the 60s and leaves are crunching underneath my feet.
FMCA Members, “FMCAssist” Bring Care During Crisis
On October 5, 2014, we had just completed a very successful South Central Area “Six-State” Rally in Shreveport, Louisiana, and FMCA members who attended were packing up and departing the state fairgrounds there,
I own a 2009 Coachmen Mirada motorhome with an Atwood Levelegs leveling system. Last spring, before our summer trip, we took the coach to our local RV dealer (an FMCA commercial member) to have the Levelegs repaired, as they suddenly had lost all power.
The following companies have recalls delineated in this month's column: Forest River Inc., Jayco Inc., and Newmar Corporation.
I take my jewelry box with me when we go south for the winter, but I needed something for my longer necklaces.
Members of the Pacers Northwest chapter gathered June 20-22, 2014, at Silver Cove RV Resort near Castle Rock, Washington, for the chapter’s 25th anniversary rally, an event coordinated by Martie Martin.
During the River City Travelers chapter’s Memorial Day rally in May 2014, past chapter president Jerry Maust gave a presentation on the history and meaning of the holiday. He also recognized the veterans in attendance at the rally...
RV Historian Retires
Al Hesselbart, an RV historian, librarian, lecturer, and author who worked for the RV/MH Hall of Fame & Museum for 20 years, has retired.
At a time when most RVers are rushing to Florida or Arizona for warm weather, Jennifer and I are getting ready to drive the motorhome out into the heart of winter. We love winter camping.