Lucy’s Trailor

We took hundreds of photographs in Utah.

I was afraid to put down my camera for fear of missing something.

Here is the perfect example.

As we pulled into the parking for Turret Arch,

our attention was taken away from the arches by a site in the parking lot.

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Behind a truck on a trailer was on old house trailer from 1959.

I immediately thought of the Lucille Ball movie The Long, Long Trailer.

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The owners came up as we were taking pictures.

They had a restoration company and were hauling it home to fix it up.

They let us take a peak inside.

It was like looking into a time capsule,

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complete with original appliances.

If you find this treasure irresistible,

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contact American Travelers Restoration.

Brooke & Brian are in Hemet, California.

http://www.americantravelersrestorations.com  OR

Instagram@americantravelersrestorations

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6 thoughts on “Lucy’s Trailor

  1. Wonderful that you were allowed inside to take photos.. What a time capsule indeed this is.. And I loved Lucille Ball …
    Amazing what these restoration projects can achieve and some one I am sure will be delighted with their finished product.. ❤

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