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Old 07-16-2009, 08:35 PM   #449
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Hi,
Although probably not too original, we name ours "Cloud Nine". The 2009 20' Flying Cloud is our first Airstream purchased in May. My father had three Airstreams in his later years WBCCI #7750.
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Old 07-16-2009, 08:51 PM   #450
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dunno, I haven't heard "Cloud 9" as a name before... It's good!

Oh, and welcome to the airforum!
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Old 07-20-2009, 09:48 AM   #451
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Talking An update...

I had completely forgotten about this thread...

So many years ago I posted that we had named our trailer "Moby", because when we brought him home and tried to park him in the yard, it was like moving a whale. Now.....

In addition to Moby, we have his little sister "Guppy". She's a 19ft B Van and is so much easier to move around and is "self propelled".

Weird how names come about, huh?
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Old 07-20-2009, 07:24 PM   #452
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We unofficially called our 07 23' Safari the old standby name of 'Silver Bullet', and after reading this fun thread, have officially named our 09 25' FC the "Petit Palais" considering that most of our travel accomodations in France and the US has been our 2-man tent, especially after spending 4 months in both the tent and the "Silver Bullet".
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Old 08-26-2009, 11:39 PM   #453
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it started with my little brown boler i had it parked near the front of a massive 5th wheel and someone said it looked like the big trailer had a little accident and from then on the boler was called the TURD. just a few months ago we upgraded to a 73 29foot land yaught and to keep up with the name ive decided to call it the DUKE after the silver bullet shaped laxitive dukalax
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Old 08-27-2009, 02:21 AM   #454
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Been considering the following possible names:

1. Open Road

2. Are we done yet?

3. Travelog / Travel Log

4. Travelodge

5. Motel California

6. Silver EOC

Can't decide which one fits best yet.

Mary

p.s. I noticed while browsing through this thread from beginning to end that there are a lot of members who posted in 2002, 2003,etc that don't even seem to be around in the neighborhood anymore. I wonder if they still have AS's, and why they don't post. It can't be that they were all banned . We'll probably never know where they went. Maybe the aliens took them
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Old 08-27-2009, 10:50 AM   #455
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Old 08-27-2009, 10:54 AM   #456
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Old 08-27-2009, 11:42 AM   #457
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Hello, my first post. Hope I am doing it right. Our 1980 Caravelle is named Dinah because she has an awesome kitchen and we have been known to feed 15-16 people dinner out of her at one time. Our 2005 Safari is named Olive, her upholstery looks like the attack of the killer Olives.

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Old 08-27-2009, 12:06 PM   #458
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Our '71 Sovereign is "Oscar." That name just seemed to fit, even before we got him home (is it weird we decided he "looks like an Oscar" for no apparent reason?).

The '67 Safari is "Vivian." She was going to be Gladys, but Jay had an uncle and aunt named Oscar and Gladys, so he thought it would be weird. We wanted an old-type name with some character, Jay said he wouldn't be able to remember "Melva," so "Vivian" was born.

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We (I) call our 1986 Excella 500 "VooDoo Doll". Every time something happens or breaks, I swear that the woman we bought her from was sticking pins in a voodoo doll and causing the problems.
I still love our AS and I don't call her by that name in case she hears.
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Hi everyone

I have yet to name my 88 Squarestream but my son seems to think since it was bought for me to take him fishing and camping (he's 9), that he should get to name it and he wants to call it the Millenium Falcon never mind that he has 2 younger sister that might want some say or me for that matter.
I really don't have a problem with this since I grew up with the real Star Wars, but I thought I would see what you guys thought.
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Hello, my first post. Hope I am doing it right. Our 1980 Caravelle is named Dinah because she has an awesome kitchen and we have been known to feed 15-16 people dinner out of her at one time.
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Tamara,

Welcome to the forums!

Congratulations on the 1980 Caravelle--they're unique machines, only made 'em one year. Do you have the front kitchen floor plan?

My wife is a great cook and we have had as many as six people for dinner in our 1980 22 foot Caravelle. Took some creative seating as the dinette only seats two. . .

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