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Thursday, June 14, 2012


Here is a photo of my re-vised vintage kitchen in my 1963 Shasta teardrop trailer.





And here is how she looked when I first got her. She was full of Coca-Cola items as she travels in car shows! 



I hope you enjoyed seeing my beloved Daisy! I had to sell her this year and miss her immensely but, she went to a very good home!

I am linking this post to the Etsy Cottage Style Kitchen Blog, 



Have a Fabulous Weekend! 
Smiles, Cyndi

5 comments:

nancy huggins said...

Love the look of your little trailer. You have a real gem. How do you keep mice from moving in? We had to put Moth Balls in ours. Am thinking about selling some of Billys coke collection

ByLightOfMoon said...

Thanks Nancy for your comment. I love getting them to know you have been here.

I just never had a mice problems, in fact, no bugs at all in her. I just guess she was built pretty sound or maybe when re-painted for the car shows, 14 coats of car paint!, they sealed her really good!

Smiles, Cyndi

Dragonfly Treasure said...

How darling!! She was so cute. So sorry you had to sell her. I bet you had a ball redecorating her.
For some reason all I could think of was that Lucy and Desi movie with the trailor! LOL but I think theres was bigger...for all the rocks! LOL
*hugs*deb

Old Fashioned Gal said...

Oh, I'm so sorry you had to get rid of your trailer! I know the feeling. We just had to get rid of our 1957 Deville we purchased back in March. My husband just had back surgery. There is no way he'll be able to work on it for quite some time. :( It was pretty sad seeing her pull out of our driveway, I actually shed a tear or two.
Oh well, once hubs gets back on his feet again, we plan on buying another trailer!
Thanks for following my blog!
-Denise

Brandy Lindsey said...

I love what you did with that kitchen. It was cute to begin with but the pink was a bit distracting. I would love to have an old trailer like this.