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Old 08-14-2007, 06:01 PM   #21
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Call mine "The Tin Inn"

My trailer: 1978 Sunline 12 1/2 MC

Looking for a Sunspot! Anyone have any leads?
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Old 07-13-2009, 09:27 PM   #22
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After much thought and a couple beers, we have decided to call the Sunspot.....................(drumroll)............ ....."Peanut". We must thank the lady we met (no names will I tell) at one of the Eat & Greets at Buttonwood. She sat there and talked to us about "that tiny little peanut camper up there" and then imagine the awkward silence when I decided to tell her it was ours

Sue & I thought about it and decided it was a little peanut trailer and we owe that nice lady a great big THANK YOU for helping us decide on a name. Take Care..................Marshall & Sue

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Old 07-14-2009, 07:54 AM   #23
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Niece's Name

We've never named ours but our neices have. They've grown up playing house in our Bounder. They continually spend time cooking, cleaning and traveling in our Bounder. In their minds it's even been to China though more often they go to the drive-in.

When we brought the Sunline home, in their young eyes it was the "Baby Bounder". Interestingly most of our relatives also now call it the Baby Bounder as well, after all RVs are Bounders to them.

We live on a very small lot at the Beach in NH and have two RV's on our 60x100 lot in addition to our home. We get a lot of visitors and move out to an RV when ever we get a visitor.

It's funny. This year we went to look at a larger Sunline and sat in it for over an hour and realized though it had a bigger, better layout that we couldn't give up the attachment with our 1982 Sunline and there was no way I could park a third rig in our yard, at least not without a divorice.

Loving the Sunline,
Norm and Ginny
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Old 07-14-2009, 08:49 AM   #24
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We call our 2370 "Sunnie", and the 15SC is "Junior". Not too original, but the names fit.

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