Camper culture has its own language. See if you can correctly define some of our favorite RV words. (Respect is your reward.)
A BLUE BOY is …
A. That blue-water stain on your shirt.
B. A four-wheel portable waste tank.
C. A Blue Ox anti-sway trailer hitch.
D. An azure youth.
A. Unhitching on an uneven surface.
B. Shaquille O’Neal shooting free throws.
C. A spillover from your stinky slinky.
D. A violent rocking motion while towing.
A FULL HOOKUP is …
A. An RV dating app.
B. A deal exchanging work for a free campsite.
C. A campsite with water, electricity, and sewage.
D. An all-inclusive purchase from an RV dealer.
TAIL SWING is …
A. Driving off and forgetting to hitch your trailer (c’mon, newbie!).
B. The extra space an RV requires for turns.
C. A motorhome feature that expands to create more living space.
D. The sequel to Disney’s 1990s animated series “TailSpin.
A WALLYDOCK is …
A. When you park your RV at Walmart overnight.
B. A connection for DISH Network satellite receivers.
C. Running power from a friend’s house.
D. Parking without putting down your wheel chocks.
BOONDOCKING is …
A. Parking your RV lakeside.
B. Camping without any external utilities.
C. Towing an RV trailer and another trailer behind that.
D. Vigilante justice against campground crime.
COACH is …
A. Another name for RVs, most often applied to Class As.
B. Downgrading from a larger RV to a smaller one.
C. An annual job hunter following football season.
D. Someone on the ground helping you park.