|Life is a balancing act. Right, Mickey?|
Been a long time since last I posted.
In fact, almost a year.
Good Lord, so much happened our first season. Lots of new learning, as I began this crazy business of beginning to share the campers I have been restoring/refurbishing the last 5 or 6 years.
I hope to share some of the stories of this vintage camper rental business, the people I met, the places I traveled with the first of (NOW) 6 vintage campers, and the foibles that needed to be un-foibled (is there such a word?)
Not sure yet how often I will find time to post, but my goal is to do so a couple of times a week! This time, throughout the entire year. Wish me luck - as this is still pretty much a one-woman show.
Tomorrow I hope to post "BEFORE" pics of the newest vintage camper, a 1964 Shasta Compact I hope to have ready for rent by mid-May.
Today, however, I hope to merely leave you all with a few vintage-smiles, with an apology.
These postcards reflect the humor of the past. No, not politically correct. I have not edited the selection. Enjoy them, or not, as the product of the times, and the prevailing ethos of an era that like now, went through its own growing pains.
Laugh, live and learn...
a good model to travel by, no matter what the era!
Cheers, from "Chatty" Cathy Light
(Mmmm.... Multi-tasking this am..... just pulled pumpkin/chocolate chip muffins out of the oven!)
Sunday, February 10, 2019
Time for some mid-winter FUN - Retro-Camper-Syle!
By "Chatty Cathy" Light at February 10, 2019
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