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Old 05-17-2007, 02:17 PM   #1
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trying out my avatar

I just want to see if my avatar stuck.
I think I will name my trailer the Little Beast.
When it behaves, I will change the name.
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Old 05-17-2007, 03:16 PM   #2
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Hey Anne -- I have one of those in my driveway right now. Just got done washing it too -- no leaks. Well mostly no leaks. I have the twin bed arrangement with 3 outside storage compartments. I'll have to work on those because they sure do allow water in. Whether new or old, all RVs need steady upkeep. You just expect more from a supposedly premium product as Silvertwinkie says... Grrrr!

Yes, your avatar and public profile photos both show up very nicely. You can change just your avatar as you see fit. Many of us have had quite a variety over time.

Karma to you for sticking with it! We're glad to be your support group.
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Old 05-17-2007, 09:54 PM   #3
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Hey Anne looking good!! Hoping the beast will be tame for you soon.
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Don't feel so bad, one of our dual pane windows has an aquarium sandwiched inside it, and I can't get a replacement. Then again, it IS 33 years old...
Looking at everyone's avatars, we currently have front (wheel interested) and rear (annemac) views of the FB units in this thread. Now if we could get Canoestream to snap a photo of the side...
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Old 05-18-2007, 05:16 AM   #5
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I just want to see if my avatar stuck.
I think I will name my trailer the Little Beast.
When it behaves, I will change the name.
Nice avatar. I also use the name "little beast" but it is for my tow vehicle -- a GMC 2500 HD -- because it is such a large truck and not easy to maneuver in tight situations.
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Looking at everyone's avatars, we currently have front (wheel interested) and rear (annemac) views of the FB units in this thread. Now if we could get Canoestream to snap a photo of the side...
Not gonna do it Terry. And replace my Etruscan winged helm pic? Two years running I have been looking for the proper location for a unique side photo. Who knows... this weekend?
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the rear?

Annemac,

That's the rear...awesome!

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Old 05-18-2007, 05:32 PM   #8
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yukionna,

My tow vehicle is a gross beast in comparison to my last vehicle. I drove a Corolla for 15 years and then traded it in on a 2006 Tundra. Yikes. There just doesn't seem to be enough room on the road, and parking is a nightmare.
But what can you tow with a Corolla?
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That's a rhetorical question, right?

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But what can you tow with a Corolla?
Try parking a 21 foot long full sized American pickup in a Wal-Mart parking space.
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