Thursday, May 9, 2013

Glamping at Sun Lakes Continued…

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I am back today to share some more vintage trailer beauties!

 

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And here is one of my absolute favorites….Maren’s little cutie pie.  It’s not very big but it packs a wallop!

 

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Check out that little kid’s western outfit from the 50’s!  Too cute.

 

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This cute De Ville (some trailers were named after cars) came with Donna from Coulee City.  She is a work in progress but oh, the potential.

 

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She has great bones.

 

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Love that natural wood…look at that grain.  They just don’t make it like that any more. 

 

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This Aladdin belongs to Phyllis and would normally have lots of display and an awning, but we had very high winds and had to take down all the decorations. 

 

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And this little homemade ‘Tab’ came with Linda from Wenatchee, WA.

 

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This very shiny beauty is truly vintage and yes, please don’t kill me, I didn’t get interior pictures!

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Honest, I will do better next time.  So many of you ask to see the interiors and it isn’t always easy…..’cause I just wanna’ have fun…opps, I mean everyone is not always home! 

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Now here is an impeccable trailer, everything inside is placed just so….wish I could keep mine that way!

 

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When we were at Sisters, Oregon, she even had a sewing machine on the table….an adorable vintage featherweight.

 

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Not everyone goes for the vintage but this one sure is unique!

 

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And now you can have the retro look with a brand new trailer. 

 

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A brand new Air Stream….the envy of many….just too cute.  Don’t we all love Bambi? 

 

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Sweet Dusty from Prosser……and she’s for sale!

 

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Rockin’ in the Sixties.

 

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Don’t you just want to hang out and listen to Bobby Darin?

 

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Desert Daisy, is another vintage trailer that I have never heard of….belonging to Vicki.  You saw this interior in my Kennewick post.

 

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If you’ve been following me, you have seen Rosie the Riveter before.  She is a knockout.

 

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What gal wouldn’t want a feminine touch after working on airplane mechanics all day?

 

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Those adorable curtains are made from vintage hankies. 

 

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Thanks, Sue, for letting me share your adorable trailer here on my blog. 

 

This post is getting so long and I still have more to share…..so until tomorrow…

 

Check out this party!

Ivy and Elephants

 

 

 

17 comments:

  1. I am truly enjoying the 'view' of the campers. If I were so old and unable, I would actually love to join in...

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    1. There is no age limit and our oldest member is in her 90's. I am 67 and plan to keep on going...just like the energizer bunny!

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    2. Me too! 67 this yr. Ready to take LUCY out after a full retro redo!! Inside & out!!

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  2. Oh how I do love that first trailer! So cute! The Chalet, the one that folds up into a point, we camped next to one of those last year and they has a family of 5 in there! It was like a clown car! LOL!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Carmen and the Primcats

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  3. Great Show! Will you send me an email with info about the one for sale!!! Thanks!!

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  4. They are so pretty to look at & see all the different styles that have been chosen. And, I'm sure there is lots of fun as well. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Thank you again! Now my mind is really going crazy with what to do with my camper. So many ideas. I thought I had it figured out but now I'm starting to change my mind a little. Do I paint the inside or leave it the way it is! If it was white inside any color scheme would work out. When I get back home I'm going to bring the laptop out into the camper and then look at all the pictures you have posted, maybe then I can decide! Wish I lived closer so I could join in.

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  6. Karen
    Thanks again for sharing these beauties!
    I'm glad I don't have to pick the cutest,
    they are all so unique and adorable.

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  7. They all look fabulous. I love the quilts in some of them.

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  8. Karen,
    Thanks for giving me my daily trailer "fix". Those interior pictures are really sweet. My dream is to attend a rally like this one some year. Ya never know!
    Happy trails,
    Beth

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  9. It's impossible to choose a favorite, but I'm loving those Scrabble curtains and the purple stove/oven.

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  10. Love the one with the banner/bunting painted on it! ♥

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  11. Great post Karen! Sure do love your darling trailer! Glad you had a b=great time! Hugs, Maryjane

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  12. I love this post. Thanks for sharing all those photos of the campers.

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  13. Thanks for sharing..They are all so adorable and evident of the imagination of their owners..

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  14. Wow, love the spoon drawer pulls!! So many wonderful ideas in this post. Searching for my own vintage camper, but hard to find right now.

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  15. I love seeing the inside of these campers, it's like opening a present each time.

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