My name is Becky and when I was growing up, a friend's little sister said beaky instead of Becky and it kinda stuck. The other screenname I use in other places is KEARLA. It is my DH 3 initials and then my 3. My dad came up with that one. The screen name I use depends on the site. I'm the only one of us who comes here so I use my own.
1976 Coachmen Deluxe TT with Jayco interior
May the road be free of potholes,
and the headwinds be not strong.
May the fuel be not on empty,
and the road to camp not long.
Most folks have fairly simple stories to back their names. Mine.... is weird. You'd have to be into some of my hobbies to get a real understanding of it, but I'll try to explain it, be forewarned.
Joseph C. McKenzie, my second name, as at one time I tried writing a bit in fiction, but never got anywhere. After a problem with Identity theft here locally, I made it a habit to use my writer's Pseudonym before ever giving out my real name. I go by my actual name at another truck camper forum, but that's primarily because I'm also a member of the club and need to be more on a real name basis.
So, that explains the Joe part, now onto ChiOhki.
This is Chi-Ohki, he's a character out of a Sci Fi story I had worked on a long time ago (Never finished), he's also part of a Role Playing System a group of friends and myself have been writing and playtesting for almost a decade. Unless you have a particular interest into Japanese Anime, I doubt you'd get much of the game, so I'll just leave it out of the story.
For alot of forums more related to my other hobbies, I traditionally use the handle of Chi-Ohki. Since I thought using it here where people tend to be more down to earth would be odd, I used my Aim ID, which is JoeChiOhki.
Now you know, and will forever scratch your heads. If you think its weird, go look at my personal Photo in my Profile on the forum.
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'IFISHSEKIU' = Sekiu is a beautiful, small fishing community on the Olympic peninsula in Washington State. Every summer I take my family up there for a couple of (salmon) fishing trips - with great success. We were supposed to go this weekend but the 'silvers' are late. We have created some incredible family memories at Sekiu!