The herd of trailers used to belongs to us. Because of our love for these trailers, my husband Nolan and myself wanted to let folks experience the same great times we have had and had started a rental business about three years ago. We closed the business last year and sold
off most of our units for the simple fact that for a couple who loved to travel and camp had no time off to enjoy the small amount of summer we have here in Saskatchewan.
In our short time running the business, we had many wonderful renters - from as far away as Campbell River, BC and we think that we converted a few folks to the world of fiberglass trailers.
The Green Grape (1974 Trill 1300) went to a new home in Vancouver.
Creampuff (1978 Trill 4500) and Stubby (1978 Trill 1300) found a new home here in Saskatchewan.
Our pride and joy, Dewey, (1974 Trill 1300) will be ready to be put for sale
within the next week.
We still have the Compact Junior and aquired a Boler
last year to restore. Nolan's project is the Compact Junior and my project is the Boler
. I have started on the Boler
, but since I'm going to tackle this myself, it could take a while. The trailer that we use for camping is a 1987 Bigfoot
5th wheel which we enjoy thoroughly. Now that we have the time to camp again, we are in no rush to complete our projects so the two we have will keep us busy enough so no more trailers in our future.
Just thought I'd clear this up.