We’ve had a great time on our tour of the vintage trailers. It's been fun having you along. Now I want to show you my favorites. Here are two that called me back time after time. It was almost as if I couldn’t see enough – I had to go back. I saw this trailer almost as soon as I arrived and I knew right away that I wanted to see more. Look a little closer. We need to see all the wonderful things she has around the trailer. We haven’t even gone inside yet and her style is obvious. There's a ‘banner’ of vintage aprons –vintage coffeepots and cookware – things found in a home. Let’s get a little closer. Then we'll go inside. Oh, wait – look at this gorgeous vintage robe that's hanging on the door.The inside is as intriguing as the outside. There’s a lot to see. The table has been set – she must be waiting for us.Her kitchen is equipped with just about anything you might need.Everything inside this trailer fascinates me. And a lot of it brings back memories of my childhood – from the curtains to the vintage luggage overhead to the Raggedy Ann that sits on her bed.Wasn’t that a fun place to visit? There’s one more nearby that I want you to see. It is different and it shows the style of the owner in a way we haven’t seen yet. Heads turned when she arrived. She’s a beauty! You have to see it – you’ll be glad you did! Meet the ‘Disoriented Express’!She is exquisite! Her owner told me she wanted to make her trailer reflect the beauty of the Orient Express so she studied all the details of the original luxury train. Then she adapted them to fit her trailer. She didn’t miss a thing!
She even added details to the tongue (front hitch area) of the trailer! Here's a train light that really works. . .A brass railroad piece that replaces a standard tongue jack handle. . .And a brass handrail beside the door.Her screen door is beautiful! The stains show off the beauty of the wood. A brass light shines to show our way at night.I can’t wait to see what she’s done inside. Let’s go in. All aboard! As soon as we step inside you can see that she has done this right – she’s left no detail undone. We’re greeted by a grandfather clock!And the dining area is exquisite. From the grain of the woods. . . To the pretty chandelier overhead.The details continue in the kitchen. . .And the bedroom area. . .To the brass and copper luggage rack overhead. . .And the beautiful mirror on the closet door.Thank you for taking this tour with me. I loved having you come along. It was fun. There are little bits and pieces of things we missed. We may have to come back and look around again sometime.