My original plan was to have a very shabby chic mobile on wheels, was going to paint all white inside, white slip covered love seat, a few of my favorite chandeliers, a microwave, and a sink..... well.... that was great vision but the love seat was too heavy, a futon(EVEN SHABBY'D they are not cute) would not roll out over the wheel wells, the cart for the microwave would not exactly fit against the curve of the kitchen window... and then they ask me "HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT A/C?" AND do you want a porta potty? I mean it is 96 degrees in Texas 4-5 months of the year!! and I do need a potty! So the final plan is to rebuild her back to original ... a sleek 1961 Shasta Compact!! more to come!! Valarie
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
We drove Serendipity Gypsy to rehab 1 week ago. We thought she was going to be a simple project! ((NOT)) Turns out she needed a few minor things, the back of the trailer was wood rotted, the flooring after pulling it all out, needed a new sub floor, etc.. So 16 bids later, we drove her out to a remote site in NORTH, NORTH Texas to deliver her and we went back today for a visit and planning stages. What a difference a week makes!! Here she is now with a new sub floor, the back is being rebuilt with insulation added.