Sunday, September 5, 2010

Our first annual Labor Day Trailer Rally!


Here I go off to my first sleepover!

Sometimes the moons just align, the weather man is wrong and you just throw all caution to the wind! Thats what happened this weekend our on again off again trailer rally actually happened as if we had planned it for months!


Taken a break after getting our cottages set up.




And the crowds kept growing to tour the trailers and hang out at the campfire, listen to Taylor on the banjo eat smores and laugh all night!







It was the first time for three of us girls to do a real overnighter in our trailers and I've got to tell you I slept like a baby!




Kris even made it with her new 57 scotsdale her hubby had just picked up that day. ( the tail of it on the right)



And the end to a happy weekend the proud new happy campers Bob and Julie from Whidbey Island drove all the way to Puyallup to buy Pinky our 59 fireball. Hated to see her go , but so glad she will have such great new parents! Bob builds one of a kind toolsheds,chickencoops playhouses etc. out of recycle reclaimed materials you can see his work at http://www.bobbowlingrustics.homestead.com/Hers a better pic of Kris's sweet new ride!

Thanks to Sharon and Jer for hosting our first annual labor day trailer Rally!
































15 comments:

gail said...

looks like so much fun. I love the decorating and still want to get me one!
gail
adventuresininnkeeping.blogspot.com

Gracie's Cottage said...

Looks like great fun - I adore your trailers!

Jan

countrycharisma said...

Looks like great fun and fellowship. Will have to look at Bob's website; it sounds like fun too!

Rug Cottage and Iowa Barntiques Antique Mall said...

Dear Amy,

What a wonderful campout!! I'm living it through your pictures. It looks like you had a great weekend. Thanks for sharing.

Happy Trailers,
Nancy of Nancy's Vintage Trailers
nancysvintagetrailers.blogspot.com

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Looks like a lot of FUN...such cute trailers!

Blessings,
Linda

Okie Chic said...

I love these trailors... I want one soo bad. I told my husband the other day and he laughed just made me more determined to find and redo one.

Sherman Unkefer said...

I love your trailer - it's exactly what my wife and I want to get. Looks like you had a blast, too!

Alba Linea said...

this looks like you have very much fun! the trailers are in supercute colors! love them!
best wishes and a sunny week!
;0)

simpledaisy said...

Oh my gosh!!! What a fun time:):) I love all those vintage trailers!

Joy Campbell said...

OMG I love these trailers...I have been wanting one for a while now and I have been on the look out for a cute old truck to pull it with.....my hubby thinks I have gone wacko! I must show him this site so he gets it..right? I see you have a store up near seattle, I will be up that way on the 28 and 29th of sept and would love to stop by your shop, can you send me the info on where you are located.
Thanks..hugs Joy Campbell

Artsy Fartsy Junkin Finds said...

OMG... I love it, I know you all had a blast!! Janna

Suzen said...

I. CAN. NOT. STAND. IT! The cuteness! The trailers, the friends, the nostalgia, OMG you're killing me! :-)

kerrie said...

My best friend jAne of Tickleberry Farm just sent me the link to your blog. She was at the Vintage Travel Trailer rally in Tahoe this past weekend. Your Vintage Camper is so darn cute!!!! I love all the white. We have one too...come see my 'Pearl' at www.vintagecottagecampers.blogspot.com.

ox~ kerrie
aka fairmaiden of Sea Cottage

Gracefully Vintage said...

Too Cute and looks like so much fun. Those little darlings are adorable..
Karryann

Charlene said...

OMG!!!!!!!! My friend Laverne has two vintage trailers & has fixed them up sooooooooooooo cute. One is Boss Lady(western) & the other Lillie Pearl (Magnolia Pearl style). Do you belong to Sisters on the Fly? She does. I did a post on Boss Lady (if you want to see it go to my sidebar & look under SOF). Can't wait to see more of your adventures. Charlene