I'm going to bombard you with pictures, today. I had a chance, while doing laundry, to walk around "the cabins" in the park. Not all were open, unfortunately, but I was able to get in two. I wish they had had pictures of the original interiors--I could tell by the refrigerator in the big one, they were not all restored completely, to their era. Of course, they had to update them with air conditioning and fridges as people stay in them for a different sort of experience. I also took a few of the pictures that were in the laundry room that reminded me of my childhood.
|Everything "before" plastic seems to be vintage.|
|These were just some things we all used. I remember the scrub board and the jean stretchers. I use a broom in the trailer. I think the thing with the three round rings was a rug beater, but I'm not sure--that was before my time.|
I imagine all but the cabinetry is new to this trailer. I think it actually has more storage than mine!
|This was the smaller camper. Sorry, I know this is confusing, but Blogger is being totally uncooperative.|
This was a big trailer. I wonder what they towed it with.
|Vintage cabinets? What do you think. Not the fridge and I don't think they had full stoves in them.|
|Definitely a vintage stove, but in a camper?|
|Definitely out of place|
|Toilet definitely vintage. Sink? I don't think so. Neither in a camper.|
It's very warm here. Can't wait for evening so I can walk around. There's no shade. Instead, I need to get my little vacuum out. I spilled salt all over the place. I guess it's better than sugar.