As an outdoor girl with spring fever and and a serious travel jones that far outweighs my means to do so, I must have an outlet for my wanderlust. What does this mean to you? Many travel and outdoor living posts! Today's post celebrates my love of vintage travel trailers, caravans, campers, and RV's (you may already know of my affection for these if you read this post). My daily readers know that I am craving the beach, so this first photo is perhaps my current idea of the most idyllic place to park a caravan. Via flickr.
Fantastic colorized black and white scene from unknown photographer/artist. Via Old Classic Car.
Photograph labeled "BENLLEOH FROM THE HEADLAND" Via Old Uk Photos
The following 5 were found on flickr. Never has a beat up old trailer against a cloudy sky looked more beautiful.
This chap looks a bit overdressed for camping. Note the bizarre doll the woman is holding.
My sweetie drove a convertible Beetle like this in the 90's, but tired of the constant maintenance and sold it. The woman who purchased it organizes one of the largest Volkswagon Beetle gatherings in the country, called Bugapalloza or something silly such as that. Bugapalooza is coming up this weekend, and is only 10 minutes from our house, so we may have to visit his old baby. Perhaps that would just be too painful, sigh. Ok, sorry about that tangent. But can you believe that the little Bugs had the horsepower to tow a caravan?
In the UK. Love the building as backdrop.
I wish I knew where this was, but the location was not identified.
Interior of a restored travel trailer. Loving the turquoise! Via Vintage Trailer Crazy.
Three interiors of a fantastic large travel trailer. Via Loobylu.
Headed toward the South of France, circa late 1960's. Via Tin Can Tourists.