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To All Our Friends in South Texas, Louisiana and Florida

Here at FMCA our hearts go out to all those who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. These include the area residents, victims, first responders, and citizens who have stepped in to assist their neighbors.

Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma: Looking for resources or ways you can help?

1. Make a Donation
The following organizations* are accepting donations for South Texas and Florida relief efforts.
American Red Cross: www.redcross.org (https://www.redcross.org) or call 1-800-HELP-NOW (800-435-7669). Or text IRMA or HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
The Salvation Army: give.salvationarmyusa.orgor call 1-800-725-2769. Or text STORM to 51555.
Catholic Charities USA: www.catholiccharitiesusa.orgor call 800-919-9338. Or text CCUSADISASTER to 71777.
*Please note FMCA is not affiliated with and/or advocating these organizations.

2. Volunteer with RV Disaster Corps
RV Disaster Corps has put out a call for RVers to staff volunteer centers. Volunteers with RV Disaster Corps assist people displaced by storms and help first responders. Because RV Disaster Corps volunteers have their own accommodations, they can relocate to the impacted area without requiring scarce local housing resources. www.rvdisastercorps.org.

3. Help Evacuees Find a Safe Place
Texas: The Texas Association of Campground Owners has identified RV parks with space available for Hurricane Harvey evacuees. Visit https://texascampgrounds.com or www.TexasCabinRentals.net. It is recommended to call the parks in advance; availability may change based on current weather.

Florida and Alabama campgrounds: Information will be posted as available: www.CampFlorida.com and www.CampInAlabama.com.

Alabama state parks: Call 1-800-ALA-PARK (1-800-252-7275) for availability.

Florida road conditions: Real-time traffic information is available at https://fl511.com. Or call (866) 511-3352; in Florida, dial 511.

Member Vote: Voting Now Open

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Please note, all ballots must be sent via postal mail to: Mandel and Associates, Inc., 431 Ohio Pike, Suite 201, Cincinnati, OH 45255

FMCA Remodel

Big news! It's time to take a step in the right direction, CLICK HERE to learn more about FMCA's plans to remodel.

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By Marge Jacques

We have a part Siamese male cat who is about 4 years old. His name is Canyon — after Canyon the Cougar Beanie Baby — and the fact that my husband rebuilds classic Mercury Cougars.

We started taking Canyon on trips in our type C motorhome in 2002. On the first couple of trips, he was nervous and spent much of his time in the middle of the bed under all the covers. Now he rides on the dining table and looks out the window, or is sound asleep on one of the benches.

When we're traveling, his litter box sits in the shower. At night while parked, we place it between the front seats. His scratching box and dishes are on the floor, near the main entry door. He has become comfortable traveling in the motorhome, but sometimes he does try to escape.

We have trained him to use a leash and harness, and we usually can get him to go where we want with a little coaxing.

We also enjoy taking Canyon with us on bike rides. I put him on a pillow and attach him to the sides of the basket in the front. He usually does pretty well, as long as there are no loud sounds or distractions.

We went on a five-week tour out West this summer and only used up a couple of Canyon's nine lives. One was when we decided to take a "family" portrait at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. I guess the unfamiliar surroundings and the crunch of the gravel scared him, for he leaped off a cliff, leaving harness and leash — and two tears — in my husband's shirt.

Thankfully, the drop was only about 20 to 30 feet, so Canyon was only bruised and scared. But he cowered the rest of the day.

After that successful trip, we planned to take Canyon with us all the time. He is a great companion and we get lots of attention because of him.


Do you travel with pets? Send your tips, ideas, memories or stories to webeditor@fmca.com.

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