6 responses

  1. Marina@Picnic at Marina
    September 16, 2012

    Jami, that is a very cute camper indeed, love it! Great camping, I want to join you some day… :)

  2. Sharon O
    September 16, 2012

    CUTE trailer… we want something like that or even a small motor home.

  3. HA
    September 16, 2012

    I need to correct my words here…..what i meant to say was this; the comment
    about making herbal oo….and since i cannot find the short article that followed up
    on the preserving tomatos in oo…it actually popped up after your video…oh well.

    What i was trying to say regarding your suggestion about cooking herbs in oo
    for infusion was something many of us have done, only to have the oo with the
    herb go bad. I questioned this type of infusion with those that make and sell evoo/oo
    with herbs…..they do not cook the herbs, due to the results.

  4. daisy
    September 17, 2012

    I love vintage campers! Yours is adorable.
    Glorious views of the camping trip!
    Best wishes to your son heading back to school.
    Enjoy your week!

  5. Linda K
    September 23, 2012

    Just bought my first vintage trailer hours ago!!!! A 59 Dalton and I’m so excited. Hoping to find lots of “help” out there as do the little bits of renovation it needs. Happy to find your website.Thx

    • Jami
      September 23, 2012

      Wow – we don’t hear of many Daltons out there! Does yours look like ours? The lady we bought if from said ’57, which is then on the registration, but we’ve heard from others that it may be a ’59. It’s so hard to find pictures of ones to help us determine. :) Hope you enjoy her!

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