Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Oh ~ You Cowgirl!


Recently while on a routine shopping trip, I noticed
a grouping of darling vintage trailers on display owned
by several members of the Idaho chapter of
Sisters on the Fly.

I love these vintage tin cans and hope to own
one myself one day.





As a cowgirl wanna be, I could not wait for a tour!



The owner of this cutie is originally from
Cut ~N~ Shoot, Texas
Yes ~ there really is a town with that name.
She lives in Idaho now.



I see she still has her spurs!



What a sweet place to serve up some cowgirl grub!



When she closes her red bandana curtains, I bet
she dreams sweet dreams under this cute quilt!



I guess the cowgirl in me has never grown up!

Y'all stop by and visit my friends for~

and

Bentley ~ you are the perfect size for one of these cute
vintage trailers!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

29 comments:

  1. Oh, this is very cool! I think my sisters would love this - could see us traveling around - laughing quite out loud!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Kathy

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  2. I want one too. Yes, Bentley would fit nicely.

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  3. I want one also. vintage girl just got one and I am so want one.
    cathy

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  4. Very cute indeed!

    I'm so stinkin' claustrophobic I don't think I could actually sleep in one of these.

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  5. What a cute little cowgirl you made :) Bentley, do you have a red bandana for your neck. I am almost certain you do!
    xoxo
    Me

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  6. Very cute...I'd love to travel around in this!!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. What a fun post. I would LOV to be a real cowgirl for a day...not queen for a day but cowgirl for a day. This trailer would be such fun to travel in. Happy Rednesday.

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  8. Oh how cute! Brings back fun family memories of a summer vacation with my grandparents and their airstream trailer. Thank you for the delight.

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  9. Wow....these are adorable!! Happy week my dear! Xoxoxo

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  10. Aren't they toooo cute! Wish I had the one my grandparents had back in the 50's. Mimi

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  11. Come join us ... I, too am a sister on the fly!!

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  12. What a cute post, right down even to the perfect music. Everyone is going gaga for these tin cans and I can see why! These are fixed up adorably!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  13. What a great post! I recently saw a segement on those vintage trailers on San Antonio Living and I fell in love with them. They just look so cute and quaint and fun!!
    -April

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  14. How fun is that! Talk about travelling in style:@)

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  15. What a fun visit to cowgirl land!

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  16. Love it! We are heading to the campground this afternoon to open our travel trailer up for the season. I can't wait! I love looking at all the vintage trailers. They are so much fun.

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  17. So cute, and I've always wanted one of these too! She's got the inside decorated so cozy-cowgirly, and I can see why the little cowgirl in you is attracted to it!
    Happy REDnesday,
    Carol

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  18. I have always wanted a vintage airstream trailer! :D

    I like the way this one is decorated. It makes it so much fun, doesn't it!?!?!?

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  19. Oh Susan, we have so much in common. I have always wanted one of these too, and I would decorate it in retro cowgirl. And in a perfect world it would be pulled behind my Woody Jeep Wagoneer.

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  20. Definitely a cowboy or girl way of life/. We have plenty like that in Texas.

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  21. Cool post Susan!
    Many years ago Country Home magazine did an article on these girls! I will never forget it because it was so great! What fun!!

    Love the name of that town in Texas!

    Pamela xo

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  22. That is such a sweet picture of you!! These really are cute homes away from home. I'd kinda like to have one like that myself.

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  23. Hello Susan & Bentley~

    How fun & inspiring!! Our family just purchased a used 27ft travel trailer & I am so looking forward to decorating it & sharing it all via my blog. So happy to have stumbled upon your lovely blog & happy to be a new follower. :)

    Drop By The Tattered Tag

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  24. You were such a cute little cowgirl!

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  25. Airstreams are big on the W. Coast but not here in Md. What a darling decor she has ... giddy up!

    Have a great weekend, my friend.
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

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  26. Oh, her trailer is so cute!

    I also have a dream of owning a vintage trailer. We had one when I was a child in the 50s, so I'm partial to a '57 Shasta. It won't have spurs, but you can bet it will have seashells!

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  27. Love your post! Absolutely would love to have a little vintage trailer--sort of a playhouse on wheels! Thanks for the smiles and dreams. Patty

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  28. I've wanted one of these for years!
    Brenda

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