I’m sure many of you have see this app for all those fancy phones out there. However, since I don’t have one of those fancy phone, my friend, Heather, did this for me from this picture.
I believe the app is called Waterlogue.
Trailer Trash Trixie, is nothing like her name…..
She’s as sweet as she can be.
It seems she changes every time I see her. Look at that lovely quilt made from vintage fabrics….those adorable pillows!
Everything in this beautiful vintage trailer has been restored by it’s owners, Denise and Ben. They are both incredibly creative, when it comes to restoration and vintage. They just started a few years ago and are now hooked on restoring vintage trailers.
Try not to ask how many they have.
Every detail has Denise’s touch.
What’s behind the crescent moon? You can guess, I’m sure.
Isn’t it adorable? Ben, had just whipped out that cute fence, to corral those cute pink flamingos, just the day before our trip.
Now wasn’t that one of the cutest trailers you have ever seen?
It’s so much fun to see how everyone decorates and the wide spectrum of styles.
This adorable 1948 trailer came with a new Sister on the Fly, Marj.
And how fun is Laurie’s trailer? Lots of that yummy vintage trailer aqua!
Desert Daisy, owned by our camp coordinator, Vicki, carries off the pretty warm tones of the desert, using that good old vintage aqua, as well.
And a bit of the gypsy look in this vintage trailer.
I will be back this week to share one of my favorite trailers…..you are going to love it. The owner’s attention to detail and restoration, is remarkable.
We decked out our vintage trailers and enjoyed the wonderful weather in Kennewick, WA. over the weekend.
This is Island Girl and she is world famous, as she has been seen in several magazines and books…..MaryJane’s Farmgirls, is just one example.
Don’t you just love all those tropical colors? Thanks, Mig for sharing!
Mig is a glamper extraordinaire!
No surface goes untouched by her magic!
And here is Driving Ms. Daisy….I forgot to do interior shots…heehee. (I probably hadn’t made my bed, yet.)
This adorable trailer had a chicken theme, as her family was in the commercial chicken business when she was a child. She has a wonderful history and photos of this time period.
She also brought her adorable sidekick for the weekend.
Everyone enjoys seeing the shiny metal ones….
I’ll be back tomorrow with more pictures of vintage trailers, tomorrow.