The Cruisin’ Cajuns chapter of Family Motor Coach Association was started by Harry and Ethel Wakefield in 1970. According to friends, the Wakefields lived in Lafayette, Louisiana, and enjoyed camping. So, they bought a motorhome. During one camping trip, Harry got the idea of …
In 1960, several men living in California’s Pomona Valley region discovered that they had all bought a 1940-era Flxible bus from a dealer in Los Angeles. They each had the same concept of converting them for use as mobile camping homes. So, they shared ideas about …
Dear RV Doctor:
My motorhome is 12 years old, and it has developed rooftop leaks around the areas where the horns, TV cables, and vents are mounted. I am having a difficult time removing the old caulk sealant. Is there anything I can use to soften the old caulk? I have tried acetone, but it does not seem to work very well.
Happy 50th birthday, FMCA! You are looking pretty darn good at 50 years. As executive director of this great organization, I am pleased to submit a report of association activities that have taken place at the national office since the last Governing Board meeting, August 27, 2012, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Where Motorhomes Become Works Of Art
Letterfly ArtPark, located near Plant City, Florida, is the home, gallery, and studio of Dave Knoderer, C5261, an artist better known as Letterfly. During the past three decades, Letterfly has created more than a thousand high-quality murals …
An FMCA member couple from Australia roamed the world for two decades and often shared tales of their travels in Family Motor Coaching.