Daffodil

Daffodil
14 foot 1967 Williamscraft trailer

Friday, May 1, 2015

A New Look and Another Adventure

Daffodil has a new look.  It’s what I dreamed for her from almost the moment I first saw her.  And I’m thrilled that she looks just as beautiful as I knew she would.  Getting there was a slow process and there were many decisions along the way, but she is forever changed.  What do you think?Daffodil in YellowFinally – the old gold color is gone and she is a beautiful shade of creamy yellow and white.  Her white areas still need to be repainted but my sweetheart worked very hard to take advantage of recent warm, dry days of Spring to get this done. The upper rear ‘running light’ was still covered when I took this photo.  I was so busy I didn't stop to take more photos after everything was put back together.  I’ll show you more soon.  There have been big changes on the inside, too – but that will have to wait. 

Daffodil and I are leaving town this morning for the first camping get-together of the season.  Our destination is a beautiful farm about two hours south of home where we will join over thirty other vintage trailer gals for a weekend of fun and adventures at a wonderful country flea market.  There will be many photos taken and things to share when we return.   Until then  - hi-ho, hi-ho, it’s down the road we go!

5 comments:

  1. She looks wonderful! I hope you have a wonderful time on your outing.

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  2. She looks fresh as a ....daffodil ;) But I'm dying to see inside Adrienne you tease! Have fun on your camping trip, and tell us all about it!

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  3. She's gorgeous. You're going to have so much fun with your vintage trailer gals. Can't wait to see the photos. Hugs, Nancy

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  4. This is awesome. Love your beautiful glamper. She is charming and looks like a lot of fun. Hopeyou enjoyed your trip.
    Kris

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  5. You have transformed her well. She is cute and I can imagine she is fun to travel with. Great decorations!

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