The Members’ Forum Add comments Welcome Guest Show/Hide Header Welcome Guest, posting in this forum requires registration. Username: Password: Remember Me Forum » Profile Info Summary - Carl & Kathy Name: Carl & Kathy Stouffer Registered: October 27, 2010, 18:29 Posts: 8 Position: Moderator Website: http://www.stoufferconstruction.com AIM: Yahoo: Jabber/google Talk: Biographical Info: Married to Kathy (11/7/99) Four adult kids from previous marriage I have lived in Tucson all but five years of my life. Have always thought GMC Motorhomes were cool! Mingle Forum by cartpauj Version: 1.0.34 ; Page loaded in: 0.02 seconds. 12 Responses to “The Members’ Forum” Kevin says: June 11, 2012 at 12:12 am The Webb Update…. Hey fellow GMCSJ’ers! Barb and I wanted to say hi to all of you from Europe! We’re having a wonderful time seeing all of the magnificent historical sights Have yet to come across a GMC motorhome. Europe’s idea of an RV is a bit different than ours and the largest we’ve seen is about a 25′ class C with nary a slideout to be found Must be something to do with all the narrow roads and $9 a gal gasoline! See you this fall !!! Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: July 13, 2012 at 5:34 am Good to hear from you two in the land of “weekends” only. I still want to know how much a beer and a burger is in my homeland. Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: November 13, 2012 at 7:13 am Just some news here. Don’t know how many of you know it but Jim and Adell’s 26 footer is at the GMC CO-OP in Orlando getting a facelift. You can watch the day by day progress here: http://www.gmccoop.com/dailypose.htm Just cut and paste the link into your browser. Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: November 23, 2012 at 12:51 pm Got this from Carol & Gordy: Howdy and Happy Thanksgiving! We FINALLY got permission to start “thinking” of coming home! Now, we have to see if we can make it happen. It will involve setting up continuing wound care, another month of daily antibiotics and weekly wound vac changes. Things have started improving and the wound is looking good. He can’t put any weight on his ankle but we’ll manage. Our son, Craig will come out and help with the drive so we’re looking at about two weeks away. We never thought we’d be here this long but besides the discovery of valley fever, we’re also dealing with MRSA in the wound. We’ll need a wheelchair (looking for something light weight as I’ll be lifting it in and out of the car) and hoping it will get through the bathroom door! Thanks for all your prayers. Thanks. Carol Log in to Reply Carl & Kathy says: January 1, 2013 at 8:32 am Just a suggestion: It wo9uld be nice to have a more complete rally schedule on the website. We will not be able to attend the Jan. Rally this year due to some family issues, but are trying to plan ahead to Feb. My recollection is that there is a Rally at Distant Drums RV Park, but I don’t know the dates. A few of us still work and have to make arrangements to get off work in advance. Maybe include the WS rally in Amado as well. Log in to Reply Armand says: January 1, 2013 at 8:35 am Hi Carl, good suggestion but all of the rallies that I know anything about are already on the web site. If there are more scheduled I don’t know anything about them. Log in to Reply Carl & Kathy says: January 2, 2013 at 9:51 am Thanks Armand. That makes two of us. You can’t put the info on the site if you don’t have it. Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: January 19, 2013 at 7:50 am Hi Jetsetters, Just a quick note for any of you who have Norcold 1200 series refridgerators in your coach. There is a recall currently in effect. Get to a dealer and take advantage of this recall. – Steve Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: January 28, 2013 at 8:43 am This year’s Bluegrass Festival had 11 coaches. Two nights of good weather and bon fires and good company. The rain sort of kept us in the main building most of the time but it was sure worth it. I only recognized one group from previous years and the gap between the almost great groups and the best groups was non-existant. Fantastic Bluegrass music. Next year, however, you can be sure that I am going to secure all the “high” ground sites for the Jetsetters just in case it decides to sprinkle again. See you all at Lazy Daze next month. Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: February 27, 2013 at 7:32 am Nice pictures Carl. (As usual:>) ) Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: March 11, 2013 at 9:02 am For all of you in the GMCSJ that still own a GMC. All of the club owned GMC tools have come home. I have them, and I will post here (from now on) who has them on loan. Check out and return day. We own the following for use by our members: Engine pulling hoist – you can use this to pull the engine out through the coach, or drop it out the bottom if you have the nose of the coach high enough. Thoma bearing tools – Complete with seal installation tool and the jib to drill your knuckle for a grease zerk. Ball Joint removal tool Torsion Bar Unloader (2) This takes a lot of the effort out of setting the ride height after replacing the ball joints, bushings, or to compensate for age. Log in to Reply Steve & Nancy says: April 26, 2013 at 6:10 am Hey Jetsetters, check this out. A new attempt at the land speed record for Class A motorhomes. The current record is held by a GMC at 102 mph. Click here for more information plus pictures: http://palmerdesignsltd.com/ Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.