Thursday, November 24, 2011

What do you get.....

When you cross a motorhome with a motorcycle?

(picture from interweb)

....and what would you call it?

When you cross motor-home with motor-cycle, you get motorhome or motorcycle.

Hmmmm, maybe a motorhomecycle,or would that be a motorcyclehome.

Okay, technically it is a fifth wheel, but it sounded so much better as a motorhome.

- Au Revoir

"Sometimes imagination pounces; mostly it sleeps soundly in the corner, purring." - Terri Guillemets


  1. hehe, fabulous! and happy vegan thanksgiving! hey ive got my 1st tofurkey in the oven, wish me luck :) lol...

  2. Happy Vegan Thanksgiving to you too. We don't really celebrate any of the holidays but last year we did cook up a Tofurky roast. It was pretty good. Made it with a huge pan of roasted veggies and the leftovers were good too. If I remember right we thought it was a little salty but tasty. Enjoy.

  3. Trobairitz:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you both.

    Riding the Wet Coast

    ps: Troubadour wants a Lexus !

  4. What would I call it? A complete waste of time, or something even ruder! Happy Thanksgiving to the two of you.

  5. Fugly comes to mind. What a waste of craftsmanship. Enjoy your day(s) off. That's what holidays are for!

  6. @Bobskoot- thank you good sir. I don't think Troubadour really wants a Lexus, he was just being sarcastic about the 99 percent.

    @Gary - I am inclined to agree with Sonja. It is fugly (fricken ugly) for those that might not know what fugly is. Thanks for the Thanksgiving day wishes. I am still trying to figure out why this country celebrates invading this land and stealing it from the Indians. I think they should call it: glad the Indians didn't fight harder day.

    @Sonja - well said, it is fugly. We are haing a nice lazy day today, although I did make Scottish Oat Scones for breakfast. Yumm.

  7. I'd call it F#*@!en idiotic. What would possess someone to even contemplate this. This is no longer riding a motorcycle, it's more like piloting a train wreck.
    We need to round up people that think like this and put them in mental institutions.

  8. I think I would pass on this piece of r-vying junkola. Man it would be scary trying to go around a corner with that. Some people have too much time on their hands.

  9. Hmmm, not something that I'd ever consider doing but I'm not going to slam the builder either. To me, it's no that much different than a trike conversion and if it fits the needs of the builder then ... Cool!

  10. Should be interesting handling through the twisties!

  11. @Chillertek - No matter his state of mind when designing or implementing this contraption, I am surprised that it passed inspection for being road worthy.

    @Tiny - Yeah huh!

    @Dar - I'd pass on it too. I thought it was funny when I saw the pic online.

    @Richard - I don't think I'd ever do something like this either. Mind you I don't have a great imagination.

    @Nikos - I think it would be hard enough handling on a straight stretch in the wind. Me thinks no one was thinking about twisties when building this. More shock value than anything.

  12. It all depends on how you look at it. Troubadour and I could use one for cold and rainy range days. It's perfect. We could still claim we "rode" to class. We would also have a warm place for coffee and soup. Not to mention naps!

  13. @Chris - That could be a bonus, but not worth losing handling me thinks. Good thinking though.

    @Irondad - Ahhhh you are thinking it would be a range ride. Would that make it a "range rover"? Good idea on the hot eats and a nap. A quick doze between morning and afternoon classes. Think you can make it though the offset cone weave on it?