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Old 10-28-2013, 10:40 PM   #111
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Old 10-28-2013, 10:47 PM   #112
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Ours is called "sweet red" after the wine. It was our communion wine at our wedding.
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Old 10-28-2013, 11:00 PM   #113
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C.O.W. (condo on wheels)...not official but when another FRF member used that name, that summed up why & how we use our RV
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Old 10-29-2013, 12:07 AM   #114
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Well I was reading this forum to get some ideas and came across this posting of the "Tajwehaul" and I have to say thanks for the great laugh. However, not so much for the coffee that squirted out of my nose and across the room. lol

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We went from a tent to a pop up ("The Pup"). When we got the Sunline, we felt as though we were in a palace hence the name "TajWeHaul."
We're waiting to take delivery on a Rockwood 2604WS. Penny is already calling it "Rocky."

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Old 10-29-2013, 12:21 AM   #115
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Well I have an interesting TT and wonder what name I am going to give it.
I am a Medic, disaster service team member where we can get depolyed anywhere for disasters. I am also a concealed handgun instructor as well as a amateur radio operator.
With all that in mind here is what the tt includes:
24 inch flatscreen, desktop pc, onboard wifi and gps antenna as well as outdoor mounted hdtv antenna.
30 amp power supply for 1 VHF radio, 1 UHF radio, 1 800Mhz radio, 1 scanner, 1 cb with linear and 1 dual band vhf/uhf amateur radio.
It now only sleeps 2..go figure.
I have a 5 foot by 8 foot 1/32 piece of sheet metal installed on the roof and all the radio antennas are mag mounts.
So I was thinking McGyver or LifeSavers.
Everytime I tell folks whats in it they just shake there head so I was also thinking of " Shake your head" or "Just flow with it"
Any ideas would be good.
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:51 AM   #116
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Well I have an interesting TT and wonder what name I am going to give it.
I am a Medic, disaster service team member where we can get depolyed anywhere for disasters. I am also a concealed handgun instructor as well as a amateur radio operator.
With all that in mind here is what the tt includes:
24 inch flatscreen, desktop pc, onboard wifi and gps antenna as well as outdoor mounted hdtv antenna.
30 amp power supply for 1 VHF radio, 1 UHF radio, 1 800Mhz radio, 1 scanner, 1 cb with linear and 1 dual band vhf/uhf amateur radio.
It now only sleeps 2..go figure.
I have a 5 foot by 8 foot 1/32 piece of sheet metal installed on the roof and all the radio antennas are mag mounts.
So I was thinking McGyver or LifeSavers.
Everytime I tell folks whats in it they just shake there head so I was also thinking of " Shake your head" or "Just flow with it"
Any ideas would be good.
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:28 AM   #117
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Meh, he changed the name of his tow vehicle.

His big black chromed out F250 is now.....

drum roll please....

BIFF!

It's one of those things that's just so wrong it's right. No idea how he came up with that...it just happened one day as we were driving. That's just how his mind works.

And the TT is now Francis.

Biff and Francis....yep, all hoity toity...perfect!
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:28 AM   #118
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Well I have an interesting TT and wonder what name I am going to give it.
I am a Medic, disaster service team member where we can get depolyed anywhere for disasters. I am also a concealed handgun instructor as well as a amateur radio operator.
With all that in mind here is what the tt includes:
24 inch flatscreen, desktop pc, onboard wifi and gps antenna as well as outdoor mounted hdtv antenna.
30 amp power supply for 1 VHF radio, 1 UHF radio, 1 800Mhz radio, 1 scanner, 1 cb with linear and 1 dual band vhf/uhf amateur radio.
It now only sleeps 2..go figure.
I have a 5 foot by 8 foot 1/32 piece of sheet metal installed on the roof and all the radio antennas are mag mounts.
So I was thinking McGyver or LifeSavers.
Everytime I tell folks whats in it they just shake there head so I was also thinking of " Shake your head" or "Just flow with it"
Any ideas would be good.
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How about "The pup you're gonna wish you had when the stuff hits the fan."
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:20 AM   #119
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Our "new" rig is TOWDIS, a salute to Dr Who Its bigger on the inside too

My son in law broke it down as "Tralier On Wheels Dispensing Infinite Sewage"
I just stick to TOWDIS :-)
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:41 AM   #120
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We call our TT "Bug-Out," because we are always ready to go.
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