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Old 05-25-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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UHaul Glamper !

I did a little upgrading of fabrics and dining table and I LOVE it! Since I camp alone, I sleep on the front couch of my trailer, and keep this little glass beauty ready and set up for my first morning cup of coffee.
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Old 05-25-2012, 09:37 PM   #2
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THAT's so you Pam! I remember the story about the glass top table. Isn't making a trailer unique for you fun! Good for you... now enjoy it!
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Old 05-25-2012, 09:43 PM   #3
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I love it! What's the story about the glass table? I use glass tables in my campers also. I want to see that curtain fabric!
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Old 05-25-2012, 09:56 PM   #4
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Fabulous!
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Old 05-25-2012, 10:00 PM   #5
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Here's the curtain fabric and it is really cool. Its called 'I Love Paris' by Timeless Treasures.
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Old 05-25-2012, 10:03 PM   #6
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Of course I love it! So cute! Great job....... Glamp on...................
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Old 05-25-2012, 10:07 PM   #7
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Camilla, The table is a 12" wood round, painted bright yellow and installed on a pedestal base. I bought a 20" glass round from Pier 1 for the top of it. There are 3 little rubber bumpers stuck on top of the table to keep the glass from moving, and gives me space to put postcards or photos under the glass. The table is really sturdy and a comfortable size for two to eat at. Course there's no room beyond the plates, glasses, and wine bottle, but what else would one need? I put the glass top on my cushion for travel with a blanket on top.
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Uh, we have flowers, a table runner that matches our colors on which I place a pitcher that matches (We have only twice put this out. Unfortunately, our front table is usually cluttered with our stuff.) too. And, I made a chandelier out of beads and a trouble light for our screenhouse that coordinates too. Gets a few comments but it works. We run lights (orange of course) down the guidewires of our screenhouse that coordinates with our camper (Everything is blue and orange. We are not IL fans, just have the blue in case we ever get our blue VW pickup running.); they are for safety but kind of draw attention too when camping. We put a Uhaul neon sign in the front window. Kinda looks like we are advertising to rent our Uhaul when we get everything set up. In fact, we have been told that.


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Ohhhhhhhhhhh!!!! Oooo la la!!!
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How do you keep all that stuff from vibrating off the table and shelves when you haul? Do you set it up at every campsite?
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How do you keep all that stuff from vibrating off the table and shelves when you haul? Do you set it up at every campsite?
I pack it when I haul. The 'cubby unit' on the back seat acts as my storage unit. I flip it up on its back and tuck my 'schtuff' into it for travel. It really doesn't take much time. When camping, the cubbies hold my 'clutter'. They have little baskets in them that work great for holding miscellaneous items, but still keeping things within reach. Since I'm the only one camping in the trailer, there is ample room in the closet for all my clothes. Just out of the picture on the seat next to my closet is a plastic 3 drawer unit that holds all my 'pantry' items (canned goods, chips, bread).
I could'nt do all this if I was on a long trip where I was packing every other night, but for weekend jaunts, its fine.
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I did a little upgrading of fabrics and dining table and I LOVE it! Since I camp alone, I sleep on the front couch of my trailer, and keep this little glass beauty ready and set up for my first morning cup of coffee.
Oh Pam, that is too cute. I really hope we can see your Cool UHaul in person sometime. The gay Paree fabric is great.
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I did a little upgrading of fabrics and dining table and I LOVE it! Since I camp alone, I sleep on the front couch of my trailer, and keep this little glass beauty ready and set up for my first morning cup of coffee.
Oh can you send a pic of your ceiling...looks like you did the bamboo trick someone else did recently.
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Pam I love it!!!! just dont think I would have the patience to pack it all. Although I did buy some nice breakable glampe style martini and wine glasses yesterday.... still not sure where I am going to pack them though.
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