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Old 10-08-2017, 06:53 PM   #29
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We bought our used 2005 Meridian in Sept of last year and been talking about what to call her ever since but we never found the right name. After attending Camp Freightliner in Gaffney SC this past August and having the oldest RV in the group, my wife named it Dino. I had expressed to her feeling as if we had a dinosaur compared to the rest of the group but we do love our RV.
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"Our Escape Route" but we normally refer to it as "The Bus".
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Our motorhome has a split personality, depending on whether I'm driving it, or we're parked.

Driving, it's El Gordo. Because it feels like a galloping rhinoceros.

Parked in a campground, it's The Versailles. Because it's definitely the palace of camping.
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When we purchased it, this year, we first started calling it "the beast" but since the name has morphed into "Miss Beasley".
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As our license plate reads "WRHOME". Occasionally, we call it "Jumbo," which makes me the mahout.
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