Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Vintage Camper Life.

Our vintage camper and how we turned it into a home. Meet Filmore


BEFORE IMAGES:
*http://www.haulinwiththeoats.com/2015/04/turning-vintage-trailer-into-home.html

AFTER IMAGES:
*http://www.haulinwiththeoats.com/2015/04/vintage-trailer-redecoration-fulltime.html

ORGANIZING THE VINTAGE CAMPER:
*http://www.haulinwiththeoats.com/2015/05/how-we-fit-5-people-in-13ft-trailer.html

4 comments:

  1. Your link seems to be broken in this post.

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    1. Oh no, I just saw this and will have to fix that issue. Thanks for the heads up!!

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  2. Found your blog while searching vintage campers. We are looking at a 12 foot '77 Fleetwood just for camping. We are a family of 4 who live full time in our 800 sq. ft. house. So, we are used to smaller than average spaces. I've had fun reading up on your adventures! Inspiring. We've talked about doing the same thing. I already homeschool our 2 boys. We have family/friends already all over the country where we could park for free Or., Mt., Co. to Fla, Va, and Pa.. Seeing y'all take the leap is encouraging. The funniest part is seeing you are MSU alumni! My husband and I are too! I graduated 2002 (Sociology). He was 2003 (Construction Technology). I grew up in Memphis too. Seeing your Silver Dollar City and St. Jude photos are like going home. If you need any Nashville area recommendations for camping let us know!

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    1. Hey!! Thanks so much for reaching out. We have been wanting to eventually get a small home as well. Do you guys have a website at all or Instagram account?? That is so crazy that you guys went to MSU! wow. I graduated in Dec 2003 with graphic design/illustration. What a small world it is. We have never camped in Nashville but have been through there many times since my husbands' cousins live there. It's a nice area! Let us know if you decide on a camper and happy travels to you all!! Smile- Jessica

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