Age or a medical condition might make it difficult for Fido to get into or out of a motorhome unassisted. Even worse, you might injure yourself while helping the pooch. The Web Master Harness from Ruffwear is designed to make it easier for a person to assist a dog with mobility problems.
The Apache Trail is one of the most renowned drives among tourists in the Phoenix, Arizona, region. When you visit Chandler for FMCA’s 95th International Convention March 7 through 10, add it to your must-see list.
2016 marked the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Niagara Frontier Travelers chapter. To commemorate this milestone, chapter members gathered October 14, 15, and 16, 2016, in East Aurora, New York, where they were joined by members from neighboring chapters for a weekend of special events.
Members of 20th Century Wagontrainers (TCW) celebrated the chapter’s 50th anniversary with a rally September 30-October 2, 2016, at Old Mill Stream Campground in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
No motorhome owner wants water to leak into the coach, a situation that can lead to rot, mold, and damage to the interior surfaces. What’s more, water leaks can be difficult to correct, because finding the intrusion point can be a challenge. Most leaks occur because a sealant has failed.
I’m trying to find a mirror or camera that views the front end of the RV. Any suggestions?
Hello, My Fellow FMCA Family. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season with family and friends. All of the associated festivities are now in our rearview mirror, and it is time to start talking about New Year’s resolutions.
Movie magic has been made among the giant boulders in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
Sometimes in the wee hours of the morning, with darkness shrouding the RV campground where his motorhome is parked, Dave Puckett is full-go into his workday. He might be on a call with clients in China. Or video conferencing with a customer in Dubai. Or preparing to catch a flight to Europe.
Who says you can’t go camping in the wintertime up North? For the fourth year in a row, we’re planning a winter outing at snowy Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula.
A few years ago we lost a travel companion when we crossed the border from Canada into the United States. Her name was Colleen. She had journeyed with us in the motorhome for 50,000 miles, including many trips back and forth across the U.S.-Canada border.