We restore, refurbish and rent vintage camper trailers for use in the southern Adirondacks and beyond.

About me...

Chatty Cathy Light

The purchase of my first vintage camper shortly followed the purchase of a little cabin in the southern Adirondacks in Caroga Lake, New York.

My partner and I love the cabin. He "understands" my love of vintage campers: unlike me, he did not have a childhood that included many happy memories of camping across Canada and the northeastern United States.

It was a playful time. The campers I have purchased are playfully refurbished and rebuilt, not professionally "restored"...

I am offering them for rent, for two reasons: First, I suspect others may enjoy creating their own memories. Secondly, I have fallen in love with the play of saving these little campers. And "playfully" revisiting/recreating an aspect of the time or culture from days past.  Two are ready, three are in the works.... and I am currently looking for one to house my growing collection of vintage puppets with hopes of also offering puppet shows from a camper I have yet to find.

Life is rich. The Adirondacks are incredible.
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Chatty Cathy Light
Your Vintage Campographer
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Chatty Cathy, 1963
Canadian version of
the first talking doll

1 comment:

  1. Hello alma friends. I’m adopting a 2954 28’ alma trailer and needing to move it 4 1/2 hours. I’m putting on new wheels and tires as it’s been sitting 22 years. My big concern is the brake system. Anyone have experience with these old trailers? Hydraulic or electric brakes? Thank you for any advice you may offer.


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