We have settled on "The Longhouse" for our Bigfoot
. Our granddaughter called our VT "The Tiny House," so this seems only appropriate, since it is 2 times as long.
I am also into genealogy and proved my Shawnee background. They had a "longhouse." However, that is not all. My Scottish ancestors had a longhouse. So did my French. So did my father's and mother-in-law's Ostfriesien (northern German) ancestors. And so did my husband's Danish ancestors. Theirs was a kind of party house, A.K.A. a mead house. The Scots, Germans and French built the houses long to make it their house and barn. I much prefer the use for the Danes. They put lots of people in it and had a good time. They used it as a party house, A.K.A. the mead house.
So we have "The Longhouse."