Do you have your walking shoes on? It’s time to walk through the RV park so I can show you some of the vintage trailers that were part of the recent Sisters On The Fly Northwest Gathering. Some of the trailers are open and we'll peek inside to see how they've been decorated. Our tour begins with a cutie trailer that belongs to a sweet gal. I love the way she carries the color themes through everything she’s done with it.Oh, her door is open – at a Sister’s gathering an open door always means you are welcome to come inside. There's a lot to see.Isn’t the ‘living area’ of her trailer cute? (You can see more of this trailer here. My sweetheart and I met her sweet owner at a nearby flea market where her trailer was on display last year. She was so kind and gracious to show us her trailer and answer all of our millions of questions.)Do you see the red and white pennant banner across the back windows? You will see banners of all kinds and colors when you tour some of the trailers. Banners come in all shapes and sizes - made of all kinds of things. Some banners are inside – others are on the outside.This trailer has a banner hanging in front of the window – and it has a banner painted on the front. . .On the side. . .And on the back.Next, there’s ‘Daisy’ with her painted flowers and details.
Here's another open door - she was one of my near neighbors.She has a fireplace! This would be a good place to sit and chat on a cold, winter day.Aren't these cute shutters on this trailer?Sometimes you can’t tell what you will find when you step inside. This trailer surprised me a bit. Bright yellow on the outside. . .But so different inside.
There’s no doubt that this gal is a member of Sisters On The Fly, is there?Here’s another Sister trailer. This one is a fairly new trailer, with a fancy paint job.Isn't this little trailer a cutie? She was handmade. The inside was tiny but so pretty. I could hardly believe it when I heard that this one was hand-painted by her owner! Let’s take a break – sit down and rest our feet for awhile. Here’s a spot where we can relax and have a good chat. I’m sure it won’t be long before someone else comes by to join us! After we’ve rested for awhile we’ll go see more trailers. There’s more to see and we don’t want to miss a thing!
What fun vintage trailers. It looks like the owners have had a fun time fixing them up. I especially love the first little green one, and the one with daisies on it. :-)ReplyDelete
These are all so fun and I love all the bright cheery colors and decor. What a fun group. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
These are so adorable! I love the bright colors and all the sweet details:>)ReplyDelete
Thank you for this great tour! I look forward to seeing more.ReplyDelete
These are the sweetest campers I've ever seen...Of course, now I want one, too. lolReplyDelete
I love love love DAISY...so cute.
How fun this would be.
Having such a great time taking in all of the details of each sweet camper! Looking forward to the rest of the tour :)ReplyDelete
I am vicariously enjoying your trip! What a fun group to go camping with! Love the trailers and how personal they each are!ReplyDelete
These are truly wonderful! We just got back home last night from visiting our little grand daughter for a week - so I'm behind! I love these darling trailers and I know you must be getting ideas for Daffodil! Guess what? Right before we left for NY we bought a little RV! If you'd like to see it go back about 3 or 4 posts and you'll see it! We're so excited and will pick it up today!ReplyDelete
Be a sweetie,
Sorta jealous! But so happy you could be there. Love seeing each and every little bit.ReplyDelete
Adorable! Thank you for this lovely tour! Mr. Jim was looking over my shoulder during this post and he enjoyed the photos immensely too!ReplyDelete
I love this blog.....pics are amazing!!!ReplyDelete