White Trash is a great little mid-century modern furnishings and curio shop at 304 East 5th Street in Manhattan. (You can probably tell by their swell sign.)
I have a case of True Patriot Love for this darling ’81 Dolphin for sale in British Columbia. Listed for $8500, she could be yours (since she can’t be mine). Her owners have taken really good care of her and … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again—at least for me. The time when I try to find some cool Christmas presents for my nieces and nephews that won’t end up as landfill. So I did a quick brainstorm activity of Christmas … Continue reading
I’ll be eating my turkey and dressing at Pepe’s in Key West this year. But camping on Thanksgiving sounds fun. These folks at Doran Beach Campground in Bodega Bay, CA have built a nice tradition celebrating Thanksgiving on the beach. … Continue reading
Cam (who is the Wizard-ess of finding awesome campers for sale) sent me a Craig’s List posting for this beautifully restored 1960 Spartan Carousel for sale in the San Francisco area. Oh, how I’d like to see more of her! … Continue reading
It’s the Fourth of July! (or as we say in the South, Joo-ly). Besides being the day we celebrate the Declaration of Independence and our separation from Great Britain, it’s also a day for cookouts, concerts, and fireworks (and it’s … Continue reading
Days like today have me longing for a pink camper. I’d pack light; scoop up the dog; turn on the Jack Johnson playlist–and head north. Happier times in cooler climes. One of these Pink Ladies would work just fine.
TrailerChix recently launched some tasty new episodes on camper cooking. “We are seeing an increase in people living year round in travel trailers, tiny houses, floating homes, sail boats, refabs, like the popular shipping container conversions,” says Shelah Johnson, TrailerChix … Continue reading
One of my favorite recamp projects is Lisa Hassler’s Shasta Compact, The Pearl. You can read about The Pearl’s transformation and adventures on Lisa’s blog. Happy Spring!
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There’s a secret little spot in Joshua Tree, California. It runs on solar power, has a professional recording/film editing studio, and features a saltwater pool. It has a vending machine that would make Dale Watson and Frank Booth proud, serving … Continue reading