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dcmac214

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Posted: 09/01/20 07:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wondering out of mostly idle curiosity if anyone besides us has a "theme" for their RV.

I have an inherited psychological disorder that afflicts everyone in my family. Almost everything I/we do is over-engineered (where two nails is more than adequate I'll use four). When we graduated to what will be our last RV (a Winnie coach) DW suggested we decorate with a theme. She found a dinnerware set with road runners and thought that would be perfect for our future retirement travel plans but no one makes much roadrunner "stuff". All she could find was a small plush roadrunner. So we went what's readily and overly available: Flamingo.

Recall my family disorder? I mean it, we went Flamingo. We did stop short of repainting the coach pink but once inside the door it's Flamingo Heaven. Or Hell depending on your perspective. They're everywhere. Plush toys sitting and hanging, bedding, towels, floor mats...you name it, if it's flamingo we've got it. You can't even shower or reign from the throne without a flamingo staring at you.

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Posted: 09/01/20 07:41am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

While a "theme" would be fun (Montana/old West), I am too cheap to spend the money and register a brand so I could mark the walls with brands including my own.
Oh, yeah, brands singed into the walls, ropes, pistolas, rifles, horses, cows, long horns on the front of the coach (and on the front of the Jeep)...
Ahhh... on second thought, I want to stay married, so no.


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Our 5th wheel has virtually no open wall space for so much as a clock or picture. The majority of our dinnerware is paper.


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lots2seeinmyrv

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Posted: 09/01/20 08:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Vintage Tin Signs of Camping Theme:


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You can't go wrong with Beer Signs. They're always in style. [emoticon]

Lwiddis

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I enjoy the setups of others! Where they store that stuff when driving I don't know.


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Posted: 09/01/20 09:13am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

No real theme, too cheap,and as long as it's usable is all that counts, although I do have a metal Three Stooges Sign/Poster that someone gave me years ago. [emoticon]


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I had a sign made up at a boat company.
The back of my TT says BERTHA.
There is a Dead sticker below. 50 Year on the Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion.

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Posted: 09/01/20 10:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Road Runner is cool. Why did you not just go with Looney Tunes to get a variety of items and color?
One flamingo is enough. Not too late to evolve.

Us? We have a couple of DD's small paintings hung up.


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Minimalist.


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