Good morning, I finally have some pictures for you from my glamping trip in Central Washington.
This is Deeanne’s Northwest Coach, you might remember her from yesterday…you know that cute little Trixie!
Don’t you just love that oh, so warm wood?
I have seen lots of stoves in my time but never one with double doors.
This cute trailer belongs to Cheryl aka Smootchie, and she was our neighbor.
This is a Travelier and is it ever cute.
I just adore her color scheme!
Turquoise is a very popular color for these mid century trailers.
Sweet Annie’s Saloon, is a 1969 Shasta 1400, the same as mine.
Cute graphics, Anna Marie!
This is a 1968 Shasta Loflyte…can you see the similarities to my ‘69?
This vintage trailer was found in this unrestored condition and was only used half a dozen times in it’s lifetime! See that floor…I had the same one in mine!
Look at all this bed! When not in use, it has a complete wraparound dining area with a table in the middle, seating at least six. Same blonde paneling that mine had.
I just adore the color on this adorable Shasta compact. Great job, Mindy!
It’s a beautiful area but I wasn’t able to get a lot of scenery pictures, with my bum knee.
I will bring you more vintage trailer pictures tomorrow. Happy trails until then……