🎂🎈 to share on my birthday🎈🎂
I finally connected with the seller before the trailer was gone! I was looking diligently for my best friend and feel so happy and thankful to report the good news!
And it was so nice that he was able to purchase it from such a special kind couple, and not have to travel across country to pick it up! My friend from the state of Washington and initially was planning to pick up a larger trailer from some wonderful folks in Texas. Then he realized it would be too heavy to pull with his four-cylinder little truck. It is a delightful darling 17 foot Casita
they have taken wonderful care of and put such special modifications on! I want to put the link to their trailer here because it will be such a blessing for someone to connect with such a quality trailer from such dear kind hearted folks: Here's a link to the craigslist ad:
Please let me know if you are treated to get this nice trailer! It would be so fun to know!😊
Here are the fun details of the trailer my friend was blessed to connect with that is perfect for his little truck:
1997 13' Scamp
1000 lbs dry weight
. Fiberglass. Extras: screen door, awning
, new tires
. Clean. Excellent condition. Stored under cover. He purchased it for $4800!
and a three-way fridge
were on his wish list but the screen door and awning
are wonderful to have! And it is in pristine condition and looks brand-new inside! It wasn't used much which he can benefit from! And the seller's dear wife made darling curtains that complements the cushion color so well also! I just couldn't be happier for him, and I wanted to share my joy with all of you! 😊👍🌻
He purchased a portable buddy heater like the one that worked very well for the previous owner. I'd like to hear some good reports from others who have used these heaters. I would love to hear your favorite ways of cleaning and shining your dear older Scamps also! I received some wonderful instructions from some dear ones I will paste below. I read some other ideas on the forum but too many options can give one a headache deciding, and I'm sure the instructions shared will be perfect!
But, researcher that I am I always love to hear a variety of ideas also.
Suggestions so kindly shared I will paste below:
🌻😊Scamp care and maintenance: Cleaning and waxing my friends 1997 darling 13' Scamp
Supplies at Lowes or Home Depot: BarKeepers Friend (liquid in a white bottle) to get rid of dirt and stains. May use a non-abrasive pad on difficult stains. After that is rinsed off well and the trailer is clean and dry, then apply multiple coats of Zep brand Wet Floor Polish. Let each coat dry, then apply about 3-4 more coats. No buffing is necessary. Clean as needed during the year and follow up with additional coats of Zep as needed. If he can keep it covered when not in use, that would be ideal.😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻😊🌻
I would also love to hear some wonderful examples of great Porta potty's to purchase that you experienced trailer veterans out there have enjoyed using.
Thanks so much for your generosity of hearts out there that have been willing to share so kindly with me during this process. The craigslist link was even shared with me which I so deeply appreciated. I happened to find it earlier that morning before seeing this link but I was very touched by the kindness and effort put forth trying to be a help to me when so often the trailers are already sold before I got a hold of the seller. You can just imagine how thrilled I was with the location compared to how far so many of them listed have been from the state of Washington. Thanks for sharing happily in my blessing news on my 65th birthday!!😊👍🌻