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 #63233  by hort1
 Sun Oct 27, 2013 3:21 pm
Dave34m wrote:Those who tow a caravan ... are affectionately known as Tuggers amongst our motorhome friends
Sounds a bit snobbish.
 #63235  by Dave34m
 Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:24 pm
hort1 wrote:
Dave34m wrote:Those who tow a caravan ... are affectionately known as Tuggers amongst our motorhome friends
Sounds a bit snobbish.
Really, sounds like someone needs a sense of humor installed
 #63236  by Roamnz
 Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:45 pm
Some beddie owners call motorhomes like ours, 'big white fridges,' we are not offended in the least! :) In turn our nickname for them is the bus brigade! :-| All done VERY tongue in cheek. :D :-| who really cares as long as we don't have lawns to mow and the view from the back window is always changing. :D
 #63238  by Mark
 Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:58 pm
Roamnz wrote:who really cares as long as we don't have lawns to mow and the view from the back window is always changing. :D
Some of us LIKE having gardens (even if they do mean there are lawns to mow) and find it a bit unsettling to wake up with a different view each morning (waking anxiously in the night and, not only not knowing which direction we are pointed relative to the water, but sometimes not even remembering what the particular bit of water is :shock: )
 #63242  by Roamnz
 Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:46 pm
That is definitely a challenge we face each morning Mark, working out which direction we are facing in relation to the water, the view or whatever. Always a challenge before the first cup of Dilmah tea for the morning :D . But we digress, now back to 'those who tow a caravan.'
 #63292  by Nut17
 Mon Oct 28, 2013 5:23 pm
So long as the view has not changed overnight. When we camped by the sea at Rae's Rest, the water was about 10 metres away - but when we woke in the morning someone had stolen it - the sea that is - When the tide goes out the sea goes out about 500m :lol:

As a " Tugger" or "Tuggee" we have eliminated any stone damage to the van by fitting the padded cover as shown below. The two vertical zips provide easy access to the front boot. We travel on gravel roads frequently but have never sustained any stone damage caused by ricocheting stones.

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 #63296  by hort1
 Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:20 pm
Thanks Chris for the reply and taking the time to post photo's much appreciated. :D
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 #169281  by mrbluesky
 Sun Jan 10, 2021 10:53 am
Dave34m wrote:
Sat Oct 26, 2013 4:59 pm
Those who tow a caravan ... are affectionately known as Tuggers amongst our motorhome friends

The vehicles that Motorhomes pull behind them we have always referred to them as Toads. :D
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