Ken and a couple of the boys pulled out the old, nasty carpet and then pulled up the linoleum that was under it. It was cleaned and prepped and then Ken laid peel-and-stick, wood-look flooring. We love how it looks!
A lot of the paneling was peeling or buckled, so eventually it will all be replaced. For now, we've replaced all of the paneling in the front end, and we just started painting the whole thing. That will hide some of the wear until we actually get all the paneling switched out. The kids helped take all the hardware off the drawers and doors for the painting. We only got to start the painting before our first trip of the year, but even that brightened the whole interior up significantly.
Our first trip of the season was to Charles Waters Campground in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana. It's our favorite close-to-home campground - there's a creek, a hiking trail, an interesting logging road to drive...and plenty of space to do nothing.
|A couple of happy campers.|
|Camp napping. Pure awesomeness.|
After this fun long weekend we brought Jemimah home again and got back to work.
I love love love the bright interior!! I know some people don't like the idea of painting the inside of vintage trailers, but I really like it. It's so bright and happy.
That's catches you up through mid-June. That's enough for today, right? Watch for the late June through July post coming soon.
Thanks for stopping by! Jemimah appreciates the attention!