In a time when others are worrying about fuel prices, full-timers are lucky. Simply by traveling a few miles to the next county or state, full-timers continue to live large. No matter how short the journey, new sight-seeing delights and campground friends await just over the next hill.
Minnesotans Give St. Paul Convention High Marks
My husband and I had never attended an FMCA convention or rally. When we learned that the Minnesota State Fairgrounds would be the site of FMCA’s 80th International Convention this past July, it was impossible to not attend …
Outdoor Lovers Flock To Southeast Texas
Birders, anglers, campers, and nature-loving families come to the 1,600-acre Matagorda Bay Nature Preserve in southeast Texas to enjoy a wealth of wildlife and outdoor adventures in a pristine, off-the-beaten-track area featuring ocean and fresh water.
Atwood Mobile ProductsÂ has announced NHTSA recall 08E040000, which affects certain RV water heaters manufactured between May 20, 2008, and June 9, 2008, with model numbers 94180, 94186, 96110, 96117, and 96202. The potential number of water heaters involved is 1,731.
I recently made a trip to Sparta, Illinois. The small town with a population of 4,500 might not be familiar to you, but it’s the home of the World Shooting and Recreational Complex â€” a beautiful facility that also was a great site for the 16th Annual National African American RV Camp Rally.
FMCA’s Executive Board is made up of four nationally elected officers â€” the national president, senior vice president, secretary, and treasurer â€” and the 10 national area vice presidents, who are elected by their respective areas. (The immediate past national president also serves as a non-voting member.)
On July 14, 2008, the Governing Board of FMCA approved the following Bylaws Amendments in St. Paul, Minnesota. Per Article XX, Paragraph (3) of the FMCA Bylaws: Proposals to amend these Bylaws shall be adopted by a 65% affirmative vote of all votes cast by the Governing Board.
GMC motorhome owners love it when someone stops them to ask about their coach. One of the first questions is usually, â€œWhat is it?â€ When told that it is a GMC, the second question is, â€œDidnâ€™t they stop making them?â€