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Old 11-19-2015, 04:40 PM   #99
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Silver (predominant color and as in "Hi Ho Silver") - toad is called "Scout"
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Old 11-20-2015, 07:26 AM   #100
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I once saw a picture of a license plate on a class A RV at a gas station maybe on IRV2 forums. which I never forgot. It said "Bankrpt", So I have plagiarized that name and my Monaco Dip is "Bankrupt"!
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Old 11-20-2015, 07:43 AM   #101
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1st. Winnebago = Little Honey
2nd. Winnebago = Sweet Thing
Current Allegro Bus = The Bus or The Bit@!, depending on what is going on. Can't really seem to come up with a good one that fits.


DW even named our white Chevy Tracker toad Sugar.


Saw a good one a while back "Mobile Money Pit". That one does seem to fit.
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Old 11-20-2015, 07:58 AM   #102
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Katie's Coach

Number one reason I have the coach is to take my furbabies with me.

My Lhasa Katie was the major driving force there.....

Sure miss her.

Anyway, KC or Katie's Coach for me....I had other names thought out, Casper (the white ghost), and also the 'vortex' cause my head was always spinning the first year on my learning curve about all the systems. LOL
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Old 11-21-2015, 08:26 AM   #103
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Very nice plate!! Mobile money pit sounds about right.
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Old 11-21-2015, 08:41 AM   #104
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I've gone through several names since I purchased my 1994 33' Class A HR in April 2013. The first name was "Escape Plan". After driving Escape Plan, first from Texas to Arizona, next to California and then Oregon and finally Washington I began call my RV "The Behemoth" and I also developed a new found respect for big-rig truck drivers. As time went on and I made improvements to my RV such as rear airbags, new sway bar bushings, and a rebuilt 460 V8 engine my feelings of animosity towards driving The Behemoth began to mellow out and I now call it "Sun Chaser" since unlike many here, with my Norwegian ancestry, I like snow and cold weather but dislike the dreary and overcast northern winters and seasonal depression (SAD) I dealt with every winter up north. When I head south in the winter I'm chasing the sun!


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Old 11-22-2015, 05:45 PM   #105
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Ours is simply the Motorhome.
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Katie's Coach

Number one reason I have the coach is to take my furbabies with me.

My Lhasa Katie was the major driving force there.....

Sure miss her.

Anyway, KC or Katie's Coach for me....I had other names thought out, Casper (the white ghost), and also the 'vortex' cause my head was always spinning the first year on my learning curve about all the systems. LOL
Great pics Kent. I'm so sorry we didn't get to meet you and more so Katie, before she left for the rainbow and we left the DFW area. Maybe when we pass through again.

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I have told the story before, but our Bounder is named after my dearly departed Aunt Bonita. Bonita Bounder! She encouraged me to follow my dreams - all my life - including the decision to go full time. I miss her very much - but it's nice to have her with us in spirit.
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What's in a name

My DW and I have given it two names, one is BBOW or Bread Box On Wheels or POW, Plantation On Wheels. This all depends on where we are at the moment.
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We just purchase our new to us 1999 Monaco Diplomat last Saturday. It is big and green so we decided to call it Shrek.

I see C&J also is already using Shrek for their MH. Ours may need to be Shrek 2
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Didn't really name the motorhome, but got personalized plates. LINADR Life Is Not a Dress Rehearsal.
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Our first MH was a '94 Georgie Boy Cruisemaster. It didn't have a formal name. DW went on a mission, and included our camping group members to join the search in "Finding Nemo". We took possession last June of a '99 Winn Ultimate Freedom that is now named NEMO.
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dubbyjig... I got one for you... Kermit "It ain't easy to be green"
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