We've been thinking about getting a trailer for a couple of years now. Those of you that know Mike and I won't be surprised that we couldn't make up our mind (s).
The only thing we were sure about was that we wanted it to be small.
We looked at a couple of Bolers. They're pretty pricey even when they need a ton of work.
We looked at some newer ( 1980's ) models, some that were gutted and some that needed gutting.
We finally settled on this 12 ft 1968 Glendette.
Isn't it the cutest thing!
The interior is in great shape and very clean.
There's not loads of storage but way more than the Bolers.
This couch extends into a bed which is about 3 quarter size.
It has a little kitchen with a sink, stove top, and fridge in between the couch and table.
The table fold down into a bed. I love love love the old arbrite table top and there's a little ledge about 3 inches wide that runs along the front under the window.
And there's a bunk over the pull-out couch.
( This is our niece - and the reason for the late post. don't tell her Mom, but we roasted marshmallows on a fork over a candle while "camping " in the driveway yesterday afternoon. )
Even though it looks good the way it is, it's not really me.
I have big plans for paint and upholstery that keep me up at night.
Today, I'm thinking off-white with glass pulls and vintage pillow ticking covering the cushions.
I hope it gets warm enough to paint soon. I need to get some sleep!
Hoping you have a great week ahead!