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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Wordless{ish} Wednesday: a terrific trailer




{Nestled amongst all of the tents at the Lucketts Spring Market was a vintage Serro Scotty Sportsman trailer; when I peeked inside, I was delighted to see that the interior had been fully outfitted with all sorts of lovely vintage goodies.  Maybe when Captain Husband retires, we could get something similar, outfit it with all sorts of retro-kitsch fun stuff, and travel around the country in it.  Then again, I don't know if CH and I could live in such a small space for any extended period of time without eventually resorting to violence.  I may have to rethink this plan.}

{Sammy and I are visiting my mother-in-law in Pennsylvania for a few days, which makes vlogging difficult, but I hope to be back with a Vloggin' Vednesday video next week.}

10 comments:

Katie said...

I adore that trailer, but I don't think the Squid and I could live in that tight space for very long either.lol. Have a good visit!

Ashley Sisk said...

That is just awesome!

Veronica Lee said...

WOW! How cool! I could live in one for just a couple of days!!

Happy Weds,L!

Casey Martinez said...

cool cool cool! That is a freaking rad trailer!

Courtney K. said...

Love this!! I want to take a trip! :)

deb duty said...

This is just awesome!! Love that vintage look. My mom had a kitchen in the 60s with turquoise appliances. I wish I had color pics of it.

Sarbear said...

What a precious little trailer. Makes my heart very very happy.

Joy said...

oh how i love that trailer so much!! i couldn't LIVE there but i sure would like to take trips in it!

Tonya said...

Oooo, it's so darn cute! My grandparents used to have a trailor exactly like that in their yard - it wasn't quite as decked out, however...

Erin said...

I went to a vintage trailer rally when I lived in CA and it was totally drool worthy. I want a Spartanette or a full-sized Spartan one day, and I think I have DH sold on the idea. Check out www.vintagevacations.com!

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