Monday, January 19, 2009

FEMA Says Travel Trailers are 'Last Resort'

In its final days, the Bush administration issued a long-awaited strategy for how to house disaster victims after catastrophic incidents like Hurricane Katrina.

According to the new strategy, the government may house disaster victims in RV travel trailers only as a last resort, despite initial promises never to use them again. Only the head of FEMA can approve the use of such trailers, and they would have to meet the agency’s standard for low formaldehyde levels. Also, disaster victims could stay in the trailers for only six months.
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During nine years of shunpiking, (driving the back roads) Marianne Edwards and her husband have found hundreds of free campsites. In response to questions from friends and relatives, who wonder how they can afford to travel as often, as far, and for as long as they do, The Edwards' have written a series of RV travel guidebooks they call The Frugal Shunpiker's Guides
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