Blessed are the curious...for they create a better world.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Gypsy Travelers












While visiting a local fair I was lucky enough to meet a few ladies with wonderfully redone little vintage travel trailers. These photos are of the marvelous spaces they have created inside their trailers. Don't you just want to move in?


It has been hard to find time to blog lately. My daughter graduates from high school on Monday, so life has been crazy and a little sad for me also. Maybe I can redo one of my own little trailers and follow her to college. (She would be appalled!!!)


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13 comments:

Emily said...

I love the photos of the little travel trailers, so cute. Your blog is so interesting and I'll be a regular visitor.
I had to chuckle when I read your comment on following your daughter to college. I felt the same way when our son left for school. A right of passage for moms to feel this way.
Your pink post is perfect. Thanks for your visit.
Happy Weekend.

~Emily
The French Hutch

Jan@southernjunkin' said...

Visiting you from Pink Saturday... I just love the little redone travel trailers that are so popular now! What a great way to go junkin'!!
Blessings!!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Beautiful pink! Loved your space! Calling from Pink Sat...hope to see you on my blog:)
Happy Weekend!
~Sanghamitra.

Robin said...

Lovely little trailers....
Thinking back on when my girls were off to college, leaves me laughing and very understanding of your time now. Wish you luck and lots to keep you busy in your empty nest. And for now, have a pinkishly beautiful weekend.

LaVerne said...

the trailers are tooo cute...there's a group of ladies who have done trailers for their fly-fishing trips...women on the fly i think they're called...my friends and I got excited about the prospect until we realized you have to be able to hook up the sewer lines and actually back one up...so we just play DIY pretend decorating...I laughed aloud at your plan to get one... so you want to follow your baby to school? tooo funny! daughter nightmares in the making... Have a Pink Week and keep your nose out of the Trailers for Sale or Rent ads!

Charlene said...

Marty, Thanks for stopping by to visit & leave sweet comments on my new pillows. I ADORE THEM!

And I see you met Ms Tricia & her darling little pink & white trailer & her friends new blue & white cutie! I love the vintage trailers. A couple of posts back I did a post about my friend that has TWO of them! One western & one like Magnolia Pearl. Oh I would love toodling around in one of those wouldn't you??? Have a great PINK Saturday/Weekend! Charlene

Charlene said...

Oh, I forgot to say that I LOVE the border of your blog. Those birds are so beautiful! Charlene

Charlene said...

Oh, I forgot to say that I LOVE the border of your blog. Those birds are so beautiful! Charlene

Olivia said...

Oh no, I fear that is how I will feel and mine is only four. Hang in there.
Hugs,
Olivia

gena said...

Oh my goodness those are lovely ! We have a class C motorhome that we are slowly transforming - I hope ours comes out as cute as these !

thanks for sharing all the pink goodness !

gena

Ira said...

Oh wow Marti, what a lovely post! Sorry for not having been able to visit you lately, but my husband and I were enjoying our holiday ;-) Would have loved to travel in that wonderful trailer though!! TFS, have a great Sunday, Ira

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

Love that pink stove. How vintage.
Congratulations to your daughter. High school graduation time is such a special time in life.

Happy Pink Saturday and thanks for stopping by my kitchen. It's my pleasure to meet you.
Sam

Micupoftea~ said...

How charming...I've never seen vintage trailers done this way! Congrats on your daughters' graduation...mine just grad. from HS in June too! Going to university in Sept. Love your blog~