The license plate on their motorhome reads “TRIPIN.” The trailer hitched to the rear carries two bicycles and two Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Some people mean business and some people mean fun. FMCA members Ben and Laura Soussan of Hampton, N.H., adhere to the latter.
For 26 years, Paula and Nelson DiGennaro have been preparing to motorhome full-time. In spite of Nelson’s open-heart surgery, these stock-car racing fans, HAM radio operators and animal welfare supporters are about embark on a new adventure.
Open-heart surgery hasn’t stopped FMCA members Paula and Nelson DiGennaro from enjoying their retirement or pursuing their dream of full-timing. But it sure scared them. In December 2005 Nelson underwent bypass surgery ...
Many of Paula and Nelson DiGennaro’s fondest motorhoming memories have occurred at auto racing venues.
“You have provided a tremendous service ...." FMCA’s efforts to locate Jim and Gail Ellis prompted hundreds of e-mail responses from members. Here’s just a sampling of the comments.
If you’ve ever attended an FMCA convention, chances are you’ve seen or heard of Genny Jennings Luckey. She’s not hard to spot. Just look for the button-covered green vest that exudes enthusiasm for FMCA, motorhoming and life in general.