First “National Get Outdoors Day” Attracts ThousandsÂ
June 14, 2008, marked the inaugural National Get Outdoors Day (NGOD). More than 50 official National Get Outdoors Day sites across the United States welcomed thousands of new faces to the joy and benefits of the great outdoors …
Colorado expects to collect nearly $3 million from residents who registered their RVs out of state to avoid paying state and local sales tax and registration fees. The Colorado Department of Revenue and the state attorney generalâ€™s office investigated 12 individuals …
An Enjoyable “G.L.A.S.S.” Rally
Even though we have belonged to FMCA for many years, we were first-timers at the Great Lakes Area Spring Spree (“G.L.A.S.S.”) Rally this past May. We were quite impressed with how organized the rally was; how accommodating and friendly the volunteers were
Just like boats, airplanes, cars, etc., many motorhomes receive a touch of whimsy from their owners. Following are several of the many responses sent in for this month’s question. Since this topic seems to have struck a chord, we plan to share additional responses in next month’s column.
Being full-timers and constantly traveling in unfamiliar areas can be a problem when tornado warnings and other severe weather alerts are issued. Usually we know the names of nearby towns, but not always the names of neighboring counties. So we came up with an idea …
This month I thought I would share some excerpts from the report I gave to the Governing Board at FMCAâ€™s 80th International Convention this past July in St. Paul, Minnesota. It is hard to believe that a year has passed since I was elected and assumed the position and responsibilities as FMCAâ€™s president.