An inspiring project found on the web comes at a perfect time. I’ve been thinking deeply about my friends at LeoLuna and their own renovation of their Argosy. This mean green makeover is great inspiration.
I subscribe to a fantastic quarterly from VintageTrailerCampers.com, and am always excited at its arrival date… which was yesterday!
While perusing trailer owner highlights and news of upcoming rallies, I spotted the ad pictured below. It got my mind back on track – since I’ve been on a cerebral hiatus from Vintage Shasta Camper dreams for the past months.
Whether you are a vintage camper owner, someone in the throes of a renovation and needing answers, or just a dreamer with a dream, this tag will lead you to all kinds of fun folks on a similar journey!
A couple of Sundays ago I kidnapped Heffe post California Burrito at Tacos Por Favor and we fought the road warriors up the PCH to Will Rogers State Beach to take a look at an little piece of gypsy heaven via 16321 Pacific Coast Hwy — a tiny fantasy that seeded itself into my mind the night before as I stumbled upon a little Trulia gem.
I purchased my first Shasta camper in 2008. She is a 1968 Shasta 1500. Safe to say, I have been a bit obsessed with the lifestyle of vintage campers ever since. Our most recent acquisition is a 1961 Shasta 16-SC, she's in a state of disrepair and we're looking for the time and place to get her all fixed up! Join us on our journey!