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Old 06-23-2009, 08:06 PM   #43
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Old 06-23-2009, 08:33 PM   #44
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Ok, here is a good name "Jada's dog house" Jada is our dog, she spends most of time on the couch. When the wheels stop turn, she is the first one to the door

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We call ours "RAINMAKER" which is why you probably don't want to make your camping plans to match ours.
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Susie, as in Susie homemaker. Since we are fulltimers and this is home..

But now, after a while, we have altered her name slightly, though she is still Susie, we also call her Skuzzie, as an endearment name. She is really a good old girl and we love her and take care of her and she returns the favor!
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What else would one call a Diplomat - "Big Dipper". But it can quickly descend to "Little Dipper" and then to "Dip S__t" based on its behavior. DW calls me "Dipper Skipper" to humor me!
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After starting this thread and seeing all the name tags,,,, I still haven't christened my coach! Can't think of anything appropriate? Not yet anyway.
But a woman that works with the wife, that has seen the pics has titled it,,,,, The Merriotte Suite on Wheels!
She'd like to trade her tent for our coach so we could do some real camping!,,,,Not!.......
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Name of your rig?

Our second grade neighbor was asked by his teacher if he had seen us lately? His response was " No, I think they are on a FIELD TRIP" and the name stuck.
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We have cats and lived in New Mexico when we retired the first time, so GATOGONOW! This time the new one is GATOGONOWTOO!

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