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FMA/FCOC 2016 Rallies 

In March/April of 2016 we attended the FMA (03/28-04/02) and then the FCOC (04/06-04/10) rallies at the Fortuna De Oro RV & Golf Resort in Yuma, Az. These two rallies are held each year back to back as 80% of RV's are built on Freightliner... read more
 
Posted by Phillip Seaman Sunday, April 17, 2016 11:28:00 AM Categories: FCCC/FCOC Fleetwood FMA Freightliner Motor-Home Rally RAV RV RV Park Yuma, Az.

It all began outbound to Yuma, Az. 

Well we finally made it to Fortuna De Oro RV Resort in Yuma, Az. The trip was not as uneventful as expected. First we intended to stop at a state park in Beaumont but due to starting out several hours later than I wanted we were too late to get... read more
 
Posted by Phillip Seaman Sunday, April 17, 2016 8:26:00 AM Categories: Adventures FCCC/FCOC FMA Motor-Home Rally The Trip Yuma, Az.

Preparing for the return trip... 

Well after a reasonably problem free second week we are now planning our trip back home to Ventura. The weather has been great not too hot or too cold. I did rain a bit yesterday which washed the coach and car. We got a couple of tasks... read more
 
Posted by Phillip Seaman Sunday, April 17, 2016 8:24:00 AM Categories: Adventures FCCC/FCOC FMA Motor-Home Rally RV Park Travel Tip Ventura, Ca. Yuma, Az.

Made it home in one piece! 

For those who have been following the miss-adventures of Mouse Pad II (The Coach) we made it home today (Monday) without any further incident. Saturday I went to a seminar put on by an electrician who touted the pros & cons of power... read more
 
Posted by Phillip Seaman Sunday, April 17, 2016 7:47:00 AM Categories: Adventures FCCC/FCOC FMA Motor-Home Rally Travel Tip Ventura, Ca.
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This blog is all about my travels in the year 2016 and what it took to prepare my coach for the trips ahead, long or short.  I am a very pro-active person and will spend a lot of time and effort on making sure that when I leave on a trip no matter how long or short that not only is the coach but I am ready for any eventuality.

I have had the coach modified/upgraded over the last 3 years with all the luxuries that I want to make my trip(s) as comfortable as I want, not necessary need!  Each year there seems to be more items added to that list as technology improves some items or new ones become available or within my budget.

Before I leave home I have multiple destinations mapped out just in case.  I stock the coach as though I would not be coming back.  I have my mechanic go through the coach checking all fluids and system for leaks and levels etc.

My objective is to have an uneventful trip that I come back from with a smile on my face and fond memories in my heart.

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