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Old 09-19-2017, 10:31 PM   #29
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My idea of camping, for a lot of my life, was backpacking in 5 to 10+ miles with tent, food etc. In most cases add on some caving, climbing, or mountaineering gear. The idea that RVers would call what they do camping was beyond comprehension. Then in the early 80's along came kids and the definition of camping was car camping with tents. Then around 2000 we got a PUP. The two youngest kids still camped with us into adulthood. Then our adult children had kids and they still all wanted to camp together with my DW and I. Enter onto the scene was a new bunkhouse TT. While the grandkids will never experience my outdoors exploits they will learn to be comfortable being outdoors and get an education about nature and how it works. Now that's what I call camping...

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Could someone please tell me what DW means....thx
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Old 09-19-2017, 10:35 PM   #31
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Could someone please tell me what DW means....thx
Dear Wife........

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DW = dear wife, not sure why it gets abbreviated when there are so many other words fully spelled out. Haha
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Oh thanks..i knew it was some version of wife based on context of sentences but couldn't put my finger on that 'D' ..'Dear'...ahh..makes sense now!!...
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Oh thanks..i knew it was some version of wife based on context of sentences but couldn't put my finger on that 'D' ..'Dear'...ahh..makes sense now!!...
Dear in Oh sooooo many ways...

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Actually the D can stand for many words -- dear, darling, devilish, devious, demented, diabolical, etc. only the writer knows for sure and he can always claim it stands for something complimentary.

Other family --
DH - D_____Husband,
DD - daughter
DS - son
BIL - brother-in-law
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Oh too funny!...
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