Our trailer is tucked in for the winter at a local RV storage. She was our home for 3 months and I had mixed feelings tucking her in for hibernation. Before locking her up, I reminisce.
Owen’s bunk bed is folded away and not a Lego piece is in sight. He spent his mornings in his room building away. Our couch looks empty without my floral cover and throw pillows. Our kitchen looks bare without the dirty dishes. Our bedroom is stripped. Our mattress top cover is going with us as well as our pillows and beddings. Out of habit, I adjust the teal and white curtain by the door.
I gaze at the welcoming yellow-painted walls and cheerful lime green kitchen. I recall the warm days at our first RV campsite at Bridgeport, CA painting away. We created lots of happy memories here and not knowing if we’ll continue to travel in our trailer in Spring makes me a little sad. Will we keep her stored away or sell her to a family? Whatever we decide, I’m sure it will be for the best. But for now, we fondly lock her up and say thank you and have a good nap… see you in Spring…
She sleeps next to a boat and a mini trailer. If you want to see her interior, there are pictures posted on the tab “Our Travel Trailer”. Scroll down for the makeover pictures.