But already having a teeny trailer does not my infatuation lessen. During our recent trip to Indiana my sister told me about a little camper decorated like a bandanna in a lot on the way to the local Walmart. I tried to imagine what it must look like, but I wasn't prepared for the extreme cuteness factor. She drove slowly by and I spotted it, which elicited my usual squeal. Like the wonderful sister she is, she informed her husband that they must stop and let April (that's me) look at it.
And that is just what we did the last day of our visit. The owner of the lot where it was parked was kind enough to allow us to go down the hill and look not only all around the outside, but also on the inside. Thank goodness for my little Blackberry phone camera!
This is the view from the highway. . .
It was sitting in a lot with several trailers Mr. Shewmaker has for sale. It looked lonely down there!
Naturally we had to get a closer look. . .
Here's Jimmy checking out the spare on the back. He thought it was loose, but I believe they are supposed to slant down like that!
Of course we had to check to see if the door was locked. It wasn't! So we had a peek inside. It was just as adorable as the outside, and there was a slide-out step under the door!
By the way, the chicken print cushions were just lying on the table, out of their intended places.
I was dying to know how much they were asking for this little jewel, so I asked the owner when we got back to our car. He told me that he was selling it for someone else and they wanted $2500. $2500! I wish I could have written him a check, but hubby reminded me that I already had a Scamp. Phooey. The more teeny trailers, the merrier in my book. So. . .
. . .if anyone reading this is interested, it will be a twelve to fourteen hour drive to southern Indiana if you are from East Texas. And that is ONE WAY. If you are still interested, here is the man's phone number. Just add area code 812. . .
And don't tell me. . .I'll just squeal and honk when I see you on the highway. . .