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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Name That Wagon!


Ok, readers, we need your help! What should we name the Gypsy Wagon? This is the discovery phase--let 'er rip with your ideas and if we get enough good picks we'll put it to a vote! Please??? If we name it ourselves it's gonna be something lame like "The Gypsy Rose" or "Bessie". You've been warned.

10 comments:

jimmycrackedcorn said...

Mosey.

-Tom said...

Conestoga Redux

Mikey Sklar said...

Easy...

"Lo Zingaro"

it means "The Gypsy" in Italian.

A famous gypsy named Antonio Solario was named "Lo Zingaro" he was the most recognized painter in Naples in around the time of Columbus.

J. Morris Conrad said...

you could name it in memory of your poor chickens who got ate by the neighbors dog a couple months back, if I remember correctly... *looking in blog archive* ... 'Hester and Runt', aw

Jem said...

vagon sin nombre

Jem said...

or....


Junk in the Trunk


would be accurate, no?

Mikey C said...

Maggie.

ddidunet said...

OK, so far, I'm suggesting:
Tinker Bell
Casalita and now
Casalita Verde ("Little Green House" in Spanish. I keep picking Spanish because it's a pretty language and you have a pretty little house)

Eric said...
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Eric said...

Two bad ideas:

- Tumblewagon

- Wagony Ann

Just thought of another one (inspired by Tom's suggestion):

- Conestoga Rex