very good idea, Kevin ! i would like to do the same but my garden is too small to park this.
It's a little corner that's forever England
Trailer trash with some savoir faire!
i will be constance!
Well, just great. Well, just simply great.
hi kevin,are you reading my husbands mind? if he had his way we'd be living in a little trailer on a patch of land out in the middle of nowhere. that's his lotto dream. can you believe it?that being said...constance is darling.xojanet
Won't you show us the inside?
That's window you could sell hot dogs out of. And coke in the can.
I long for a little trailer to decorate. Constance is a beaut!
Hello:Such a caravan! Would that it were ours! As new bloggers we have been so pleased to have discovered your interesting and eclectic blog and have signed up immediately to be able to stay in touch.
Constance is far from trashy! Is she really yours? You are one lucky guy!
Now that's my kinda trailer trash! Can I be trailer trashy with you? *winks* Vanna
Oh how I want one in Turquoise or light yellow!
She's a trashy little beauty.
Kevin - been a while since I dropped by - lots of fun new stuff. I love how happy this trailer pic is. Also, I love thos cacti that you posted about below. I call them "fire sticks" Go figure.
i love those trailers. so cute. would love to have one too but wouldn't name my daughter constance.
Hi Kevin,A young woman in my neighborhood has done just this. She found an old trailer, cleaned it up, decorated and painted it, hung the christmas lights and parked it off to the side of her front yard, where she uses it as a party space and guest room. It is ADORABLE. The rest of her yard is equally quirky and creative, so it seems...perfect. Have a fabulous weekend! Karin
that is some fine trash I love it ..what a delightful guest room or bar or anything....
Kevin Baby, I am living your dream and it is a nightmare. While my contractor dwadles around building a dwelling for me I am living in a small camper trailer. There are no available utilities so I use propane to cook and a really noisy generator to make electricity. My living room is 7 feet wide by 3 feet deep. The air conditioner is in the ceiling and when it is on condensation leaks down on whomever is under it. And it is noisy too. Had to put in a new tiny refrigerator -$650: turns out everything for trailers cost 3 times as much as you would expect. The windows all operate with tiny plastic cranks, hard to operate and hard on your hands. There is one undeniable joy - air. The air blows right through the damned thing and that is good because when it hot the trailer is hot but at night when it cools down that air takes the heat away. Bottom line -don't sell the house. Ann
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