Once upon a time, in a land far away, a group of people came together. Their idea was to enjoy their new friendship and to have fellowship for each family within the group. They all owned buses that were converted to â€œmotor coaches,â€ and they decided to name their group the Family Motor Coach Association.
Weather-wise, it helps to know what is happening as far in advance as possible. This allows you to put your survival plan into action. Minutes count in any emergency, and surviving bad weather is definitely no exception. A weather monitor can give you the extra minutes you need to make a decision that could save your life.
No Cold Norcold
My Norcold (model number N843IM) refrigerator generally works very well on propane and electric. However, when I am on the road, operating on propane, and the outside temperature is very hot, the indicator light on the front of the refrigerator goes out.Â
One of my responsibilities as president of FMCA is to receive comments, complaints, suggestions, and compliments from members, either by phone, postal mail, or e-mail. As you might imagine, the president receives quite a few each week. I will admit I am most grateful that there are more â€œatta boysâ€ than complaints.
In an era when every industry and business seems to have something called “super,” you must look hard to see whether a product truly deserves that moniker. Conquest Motorhomes, a division of Gulf Stream Coach, has combined the word with “nova,” the astrological term that stands for a rare celestial phenomenon …
Chattanooga is already established as one of Tennesseeâ€™s most visited destinations, known for attractions such as the Tennessee Aquarium, Lookout Mountain, Rock City, Ruby Falls, and the Incline Railway. But now with the face-lift of the waterfront, the city has a new look along the Tennessee River.
Weâ€™re not sure what caught our attention first: the statement that the Grand Gulf Military Park museum was, according to Readerâ€™s Digest, one of the best small museums in the country, or the fact that we could stay in an RV park right there on the site. That it was also a Civil War battlefield sure didnâ€™t hurt.Â