Vintage Travel Trailer

Summer is almost over, oh no! We’re going to try to go camping a couple more times, then put the trailer to sleep over the winter. My parents were in town last week and my dad helped Mike build a gate in our fence so the trailer can live with us in our yard. Classy! We’ve done a lot of work on it but it still needs more. Like paint, for one! And some leak repair. It will be a lot easier to get that stuff done if it’s here instead of at the storage place.

So, here are some pics of what we’ve done so far.

The back couch area "before" and "after". This couch converts to a bed.

The back couch area "before" and "after". This couch converts to a bed.

This is the side by the bathroom. We took out the useless icebox and replaced it with drawers.

This is the side by the bathroom. We took out the useless icebox and replaced it with drawers.

This is the front area where the table is. It also converts to a bed.

This is the front area where the table is. It also converts to a bed.

The stove area.

The stove area.

Afternoon espresso.

Afternoon espresso.

Back couch and storage shelf.

Back couch and storage shelf.

Drawers where the icebox used to be. We secure it with bungee cords when we're driving.

Drawers where the icebox used to be. We secure it with bungee cords when we're driving.

Front table setup.

Front table setup.

Front area as a bed.

Front area as a bed.

Back couch area with new curtains. Gonna have to redo those.

Back couch area with new curtains. Gonna have to redo those.

My $1 flower hook on the bathroom door.

My $1 flower hook on the bathroom door.

More trailer projects to come!