Yep, she’s finally home after spending time at the trailer hospital.
The repairman did wonderful job with the dents…..now for some paint touchups. He replaced all the dry rotted wood around the bottom of the trailer, as well, as the back corners, inside and out.
The best part…the door. It doesn’t look any different but it is now solid and closes so nicely. And after all that work, the lock still works fine…..yay!
The door was so dry rotted that it flapped as I drove down the road…not good. Yes, that’s new diamond plate on the front. ‘Driving Ms. Daisy had been patched over the years with several different kinds of siding and was in bad shape. This looks much better and will keep the rocks from chipping.
I am heading out this morning for Wenatchee, Wa. to spend the weekend with some Sisters on the Fly and visit with my Grand Daughter and my Great Grandson, Gunner, who just turned two. It will be so fun to have my ‘baby’ back….and to see the little one.
Have a great weekend and check in next week, as it’s time for Karen’s Kamp, again. You’ll have to check out all the vintage trailers visiting my place here in Cheney, WA.