“Trailhead Rendezvous” was the theme for the South Central Areaâ€™s 34th Six-State Rally, September 25 through 28, 2007, at the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia, Missouri. The theme was chosen since Sedalia touts itself as the “Home of Rails, Trails, and Ragtime.”
Heater Vent Protectors
We adopted and are now owned by three retired racing greyhounds who hired us to chauffeur them around in our 30-foot Winnebago motorhome. Being dogs, they are very messy critters who somehow manage to drop their kibbles down the heater vents.
I have a 30-foot 2007 Winnebago Sightseer with a Ford chassis and a V-10 engine. I’m getting ready to have the motorhome serviced and have a question. This will be the second oil and filter change, and I was wondering what you recommend for oil and oil weight.Â
San Diego, After The Wildfires
San Diego County, which is approximately the same size as the state of Connecticut, was impacted in late October 2007 by a series of wildfires, primarily in the county’s outlying communities. While the media focused on our affected residential neighborhoods, tourism in San Diego continues to thrive.
As FMCA enters its 45th year, I thought it would be interesting to look back at the humble beginnings of this wonderful association. You may have already heard the story of how 26 motor-coach-owning families gathered to watch a solar eclipse at the Hinckley School in Hinckley, Maine, on July 20, 1963. However…
I am happy to report that many people who care about FMCA are working to boost the association in various ways for 2008. This past November, the national committees and the Executive Board/Board of Directors spent two very busy and productive weeks at FMCA headquarters in Cincinnati.
Suzukiâ€™s TV ads ask, â€œAre our cars as much fun as our bikes?â€ Well, I canâ€™t speak to how much fun Suzukiâ€™s motorcycles are â€” unfortunately, I havenâ€™t forked a two-wheeler in this millennium â€” but I can speak to how much fun the Grand Vitara is. Itâ€™s truly a kick in the head to drive!
A hardy bunch, the folks who live and play on the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan continue to enjoy the great outdoors even when temperatures dip below zero. And, interestingly, there are those among this group who still use their motorhomes under these challenging conditions.Â