Saturday, October 09, 2010

How to Roll

Now, if I could, this is how I'd roll.  Or, at least, have it in the back yard where I could not roll. There are so many trailers out these days, I'm thinking perhaps when we retire . . . . maybe the hub and I could pull something behind us where we can stop where we want and rest our weary bones.  Well, perhaps.  (The above gypsy wagon is made by Gypsy Vans.)  In my next life, maybe.

This would be next on my list, the Teardrop Woody.  What a beaut!  I first saw it in Garden & Gun magazine. Tight squeeze for two,  but, look at it! You need to go to the site and look inside. That wood is gorgeous!

Although, the Airstreams are larger, they sure are an American icon. Again, wowzie on the innards.

I kinda liked the wonky look of this Cricket camper.  Looks like something I would pull behind me, fersher. ha.

Looking for something a little more mo-dern?  This one seems to fit the bill.  I'm sure it would turn some heads, ya think?  Take a look at it open here. Fun!

In my search for different types of trailers, I even found a wonderful blog, Tiny House Blog  which has all kinds of trailers, campers and wagons--and little houses. This gent is quite the builder.   Amazing stuff.

Alrighty now, how would you roll?  Or do you already.


Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

The teardrop and airsteam caravans look great! I'd love to have one and travel all around the place with it...



Nashvlkats said...

I love a classic Airstream, although the "Yanko" being pulled by a Mini seems well conceived. I found the gypsy van and tiny house sites earlier this year when looking for inspiration for a studio that I had built in the back yard this summer. The gypsy wagons' colors led to me getting my cottage style house (and studio) painted a shade of purple called "velvet slipper" with complementary trim colors. 'Letting my freak flag fly.

Robin said...

I'm Rollin in the gypsy wagon if I have my way! That is so sweet! If I had that parked in my yard I'd be lounging in it all the time!

Snap said...

We used to think about rolling, but got to thinking about our furbabies, and now with Dick ... probably not this lifetime, but it is sure fun looking! Everytime I see an issue of Garden and Gun, I buy it and think of you!


Peggy said...

I love Tiny House Blog! Drool there all the time. LOL One day will retire to my tiny cabin in the mountains.

Pretty Things said...

Love, love, love gypsy caravans!

I've seen more and more of the Teardrops running around ever since I found a website about them. Adorable!

Vallen said...

I want to go in the Traveller's Caravan. Always have dreamt of a life like that.

PEA said...

I will be back to catch up on your posts but right now I just wanted to invite you to my birthday party on my blog...get ready to do the jitterbug:-) xoxo

Jeanie said...

Baby wants a Gypsy van. Might actually fit all the stuff!



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