Sunday, June 15, 2014

Trailer Heaven

Yesterday I died and went to trailer Heaven.

I have gone to a few gatherings of trailer lovers and it is always a good time with great trailers.  But yesterday I went to the2014 Roslyn Washington Rally and was blown away by the fabulous trailers. 
 

The Holiday House is a Trailer revered and loved by most trailer enthusiast as a classic unlike any other.




Some of the mobile mansions were complete restorations done by professional restorers.  

The organizers of this years rally, Brian and Melissa Morrow brought their baby.....to the rally.  The outside may not have all the polish as yet, but their Westwood has a lodge vibe that oozes coziness.


    




I would love to cuddle up with a throw blanket and a good book... just call me a happy camper.









 No problem finding the bathroom here.

Another professional restoration done by Flyte Camp of Bend Oregon, surpassed the original design with modern opulence that was pure eye candy.  Incorporating modern design and convenience makes this completed Westwood Coronado a party palace.





 Under the mattress in the bedroom in a fully enclosed bathtub.  Pull into your favorite RV Resort and FEEL the luxury.
This counter top contains a icebox bar and flip down table for your party beverages.

This RV mansion was recently featured on Extreme RV's on the travel channel.


 


 A little modern Airstream Heaven.










 I could do some serious cooking in this kitchen.

Another restoration that I was impressed by was a tent trailer like no other I have ever seen.




    1954 Sport Ranger

 
The Pride in these trailers shows with every detail. 

Many others trailers were back yard restorations and renovations done to perfection with love and care that the owners lavished on their little play houses.  The next post will include many decorated from head to toe. 

Stay tuned for many more lavishly decorated vintage trailers. 

 

                                                   

7 comments:

  1. Love looking at these lovingly restored beauties. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to see more.

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  2. Really enjoyed your photos. What year was the Westwood Coronado and did it have a toilet?

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    1. 1948. And yes it has a bathroom

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  3. I love this! I wish I could see them all in person, it must have been quite a fun tour. Looking forward to seeing more in your upcoming posts. :)

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  4. What a great post! Love the outhouse door and can't believe the under the bed bathtub. These are real beauties. Sure wish I was there to see them in person. Keep the posts coming!

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  5. OMGosh those mansions are to die for...can't believe the beautiful work they have done on them! Just awesome! Wish I had been there.

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