Wednesday, November 17, 2010

RV Lot

As you know, we are RV-ers...have been for a long, long time. So, looking at RVs is something we like to do. Going to an RV show is fun and because we get to see the new stuff that is out there...and dangerous because we might end up buying a new RV. You never know.

So, the other day, when I was on my photo-safari, I was surprised to come upon this group of old Shasta trailers. These small trailers were common when we started to RV in 1972. They were little, about 15 feet long, and had “wings” in the back telling the world that they were futuristic, forward thinking trailers! They were made by the Shasta company, of Goshen, Indiana.

What fun to see these old RVs. While they don’t have slide-out rooms, microwaves, queen sized beds, or LCD TVs, they do have the essentials you need to have fun in the great outdoors. They look really good considering they are all over 40 years old!

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