I loooooooooooove your blog!we bought a vintage camper and can't wait for the weather to change so we can decorate her and make her our home away from home!Thank you or so much inspiration!Hugs, Dolly
Oh- I so wish our old RV was redone and road ready. We are hoping to be ready by Fall now. There is no time to play for us right now. I am also thinking of renaming "her"...seeing as you have a Pearl already and were here first!;>) So, the hunt is on for a new name. I hope you can get away for a few days with your "girl". Hugs, diana
I did!! We went just down the road a bit but we did it in style! BTW I am thinking of using the green or blue of the two shastas you showed up there for the new project my Daddy and I are doing! But back to the glamping, I am always so proud when the other people walk past and oh and aw. And especially when they ask to peek in ;)
love that darker aqua for a color idea for mine, can't wait to go glamping!
I have an old canned ham gal too! a 1956 Trotwood Cub still in the throes of rehabbing, but nearly there. Can't wait to follow your blog!
I love camping and I would love it more with one of these. One more year til my lil dream becomes reality.:)Um savin.
Oh I love this camper- your photos are delightful! I can see all the love you put into the decorations- it is to die for!Vicki
Hi Kerrie...I love your vintage trailer! I was wondering if I could use a few of your photos for a post I am doing on Friday, giving you credit of course! Our camping season begins on Friday and I'd like to do a little someday post!
I found bliss right here. This is my dream...to own a cute little camper just like these someday. SO love that I stumbled onto you. YAY!!!
Oh can we be glamping buddies? Stop on over and visit me and my vintage trailers.xoAmywww.amysvintagetrailers.blogspot.com
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