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Old 04-23-2003, 09:07 AM   #15
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Posted by Thomas and Janifer, Moderator, NE Oklahoma:


What do you mean,Charlie. I was in bed and remembered I needed to call someone in Oregan after 8:00pm their time. So I got up. they had e-d me so I didn't have to use the phone, but I was up. They said my puppy will be born in 3 weeks. yaaaaa :cblob
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Old 04-23-2003, 09:32 AM   #16
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Posted by Benita, Member, of Atlanta metro:

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Me and 11 Manchester terriers in a 13' trailer.
The Triple D - Digging Doggie Diggs. Bakers' Dozen. Smurfmobile. Blueberry. Pop Tart. Doggies Douce. TAM - Terriers a la mode. MB - Manchester Blues. Blueberry Tribbles. BLT - Blue box, Lady and Terriers. Tee Tee - Terrier Territory. Three T - Tiny/Terrible terrier terriotry.

Okay. I give up now.
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Old 04-23-2003, 12:27 PM   #17
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obvious moniker

Posted by phil moldovan, Member, of Johnson City, Tenn.:


Given the aesthetics of my Casita I chose the all-too-obvious "Igloo". Eggloo would be appropriate but that title was already in use by another CasitaClub member.
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Old 04-23-2003, 12:45 PM   #18
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Posted by Paul E Henning, Member, of Warsaw, Indiana:

My Scamp 13 is named Osmo. As in osmosis -- the passing of molecules from an area of higher density to one of lower density. Just like camping -- get away from the crowd!


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Old 04-23-2003, 06:37 PM   #19
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Monikers

Posted by Suz, Moderator, of North Texas:

[b]Monikers
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Given the aesthetics of my Casita I chose the all-too-obvious "Igloo". Eggloo would be appropriate but that title was already in use by another CasitaClub member.
Phil, lots of us have the same names. We even have a few Charleses (is that the plural for more than one Charles?) If you want your Casita to be named Eggloo, that's okay by me.

Shoot, you could even name it the same as mine. Truth be told, though, you look more like you'd be in an Eggloo than a Rolling Bungalow named Prairie Rose.
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Old 04-23-2003, 09:00 PM   #20
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Posted by Eric C, Member, of Johnstown, NY:

Names
I don't have my Scamp yet... but I already have the name picked out... Meggabyte... Now I just have to get the trailer :)


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Old 04-23-2003, 09:04 PM   #21
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Posted by phil moldovan, Member, of Johnson City, Tenn.:


Hi Suz- you are very kind but Igloo is just fine. Perhaps the "CommandoCasita"??
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Old 04-23-2003, 09:24 PM   #22
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More names

Posted by Sue Petersen, Member, of SE Arizona:

More names

I was thinking of naming my "new" '95 Scamp "Eggbert".
I am not sure yet if it is a boy or a girl though.
Also I wonder if Eggbert is an overused name??
Does anyone have any other ideas?
I am not hauling dogs, but I will be attending fiddle contests, bluegrass festivals and jam sessions. I play the fiddle and upright bass.
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Old 04-23-2003, 10:03 PM   #23
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Posted by Charlie Crouchet, Member, of Austin & Marble Falls, Tx:

Actually I think the plural of Charles must be "Wonder Persons", but then no one ever said I was shy, or self effacing.
And Janiffer, if you are pulling a yellow trailer with a yellow escape, I might think of a double name,, "One Pat and Two Pat" ( think butter, for frying eggs in when your cholestrol is down) Since one is easily two times the size of the other.
Come to think of it , if we aren't too down on the French, Blossom might try "Un neuf dogs" which as I recall(spelling excepted) means "one egg dogs", in a bilingual sort of way.
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Old 04-23-2003, 10:08 PM   #24
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Posted by Charlie Crouchet, Member, of Austin & Marble Falls, Tx:

Sue< again a double naming, if your tow vehicle has the color or personality for it , Trailer" Blue Eggs" with the Tow vehicle named "Jam"
Thus you become "Blue Eggs and Jam"
Wow. Maybe I better start getting more sleep, I just get worse.
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Old 04-23-2003, 10:55 PM   #25
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Posted by Thomas and Janifer, Moderator, NE Oklahoma:

Phil, I think Commando is much more appropriate if you use that net thing a lot. .

I'll have to think about that double pat thing . Charlie. maybe piddy pat. At one time the Escape was Daisy so that's how Buttercup came about, especially with her looking like a dish of butter. Daisy never stuck, but Buttercup did

( you don't know if it's a girl or boy yet. ) I don't know any other Eggberts. or you could use the music box or the Jute box.
Ooohh Blue eggs and Jam - Green eggs and ham + Jam sessions. I got it finally.


... Meggabyte that's unusual and has personality You people are good.
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Old 04-24-2003, 07:49 AM   #26
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music and eggs -- interesting

Posted by Jane Eno, Member, of Rochester, NY:

music and eggs -- interesting
sue said:
"Does anyone have any other ideas?
I am not hauling dogs, but I will be attending fiddle contests, bluegrass festivals and jam sessions. I play the fiddle and upright bass."


-- how about Egg-Tute (better for a classical trumpet player maybe) as in Etudes.

Does the upright bass fit in your egg? When I played upright in school it used to really depress me that I'd never own a sports car. Now I drive an SUV and don't play the bass (the cello on occassion) -- oh well, that's the way things go.

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Names and brakes

Posted by Sue Petersen, Member, of SE Arizona:

Names and brakes
Charlie C, actually my tow vehicle of the moment is a dark green 3/4 ton GMC van that we call the Green Machine. "Green Eggs and Jam"...............too bad the Scamp is not green too.

Jana, "Music Box" is pretty cute.

Jane, "Egg-tute" ???? I don't know how well the bass will fit in the 16' Scamp. It will fit in the tow vehicle for sure.
Actually my egg is brand new to me and I have not even taken it on its maiden voyage yet. I still have to get a plug in on my van and maybe trailer brakes.
Does anyone know, will I need electric brakes with such a big tow vehicle?
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Posted by Charlie Crouchet, Member, Austin & Marble Falls, Tx:

Sue: In Texas I think you are required brakes with any trailer over 2000 lbs. It is the trailer not the tow vehicle that sets the limit.
But on the other hand, I would not tow any load over 1000 lbs without brakes on the trailer. Better to stop than not.
I know some of us think of our little eggs as bubble light , but that bubble can push you down a hill a lot faster and harder than you want. Especially when your tow vehicle brakes start fading from heat. I have also used trailer brakes to stop the "trailer wag" that a passing 18 wheeler started when I was running too fast.
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