My new Shasta kitchen, just before I left for my trip.
A cup of tea just after my successful arrival at Riverside State Park, Spokane, WA. I got her backed in first try with the help of a spotter (thanks, Gary!).
It started raining just after we (Gracie, Heather and I drove in tandem) arrived. Perfect for us to set up our trailers inside.
Meet Bonnie from Spokane Valley.
Can you see the cork wall? Isn’t this just the cutest trailer? (You will hear this at least a dozen times, in this post!).
We toured the different trailers during the intermittent rains, after our arrival on Thursday afternoon.
Next to Bonnie’s is Heather’s 1947 trailer…..
You got that right, Heather!!!
All the while we are parked right on the Spokane River! Just a few feet away.
We even had wildflowers all around our camp sites.
Meet Gracie and her Scottie with a Potty. How adorable is this? Step inside, it only gets better!
This girl sure knows how to decorate a trailer!!
And organize a super fun event!!
How is this for a view just feet away. We could sit and watch the Osprey feed their young right from our lawn chairs at the edge of the river, right inside our camp sites!
Laughs around the campfire!
Sorry this is such a long post but I thought you would love to visit all the trailers!
Can it get any more fun than this? Every time I looked at this I found something else I’d missed (all weekend long).
And it was just as much fun inside!!
How about this one? She even had a bar! She went on to decorate the whole spot…it was totally cute!
Don’t you just love Denise’s bright and shiny sweetheart? It was filled with lace and frills!
Stop by tomorrow and I will share some more sweet trailers!