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Old 10-14-2013, 01:33 PM   #1
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Has anyone read the book "Tiny Trailer Syndrome"?

The website says its a satirical and pictorial walk through the pratfalls and pitfalls of refurbishing a vintage camp trailer. From finding the trailer in a farmers field to a campground.
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I haven't read this book, but Capp O'Connell is on Facebook... Rollin' Oldies Vintage Trailers (?) his writing tickles my funny bone.
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Hello Carol,

Yes I've read this book ... 5 times and I give it as presents to all my trailer friends. Reminds me that I need to read it again. It is one of the most hilarious books I've ever read and what makes it even funnier is that it's a true story about Capp trying to rebuild his first Tiny Trailer.

You can find it here, Tiny Trailer Syndrome | Blurb Books
but every Christmas he makes a new run of real books that folks can buy as Christmas presents.

He's on FB with his company C & K

https://www.facebook.com/C-K-Customs...?ref=bookmarks

Best to you!
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Has anyone read the book "Tiny Trailer Syndrome"?

The website says its a satirical and pictorial walk through the pratfalls and pitfalls of refurbishing a vintage camp trailer. From finding the trailer in a farmers field to a campground.
Hi Carol,
Yes it is a hilarious book and what makes it side splitting is not only his quick humor and vivid descriptions, but it's the true story of Capp trying to rebuild his very first Tiny Trailer.
You can find it here Tiny Trailer Syndrome | Blurb Books or wait til Christmas where he does a run of paperbacks for Christmas presents.

I've read it 5 times and this reminded me that I need to read it again.
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