Bye-Bye “Free Range” ~ Hello “Miss Roxie”
In June of 2017, after sitting in covered storage since her last camping trip to New Braunfels in August 2016, I was finally able to bring myself to sell my beloved Casita, Free Range.
While I seriously thought about keeping both travel trailers (my Casita and my new Shasta), I believe a camper should be used, and not just sit in storage for sentimental reasons, or an occasional outing.
So I posted my Casita for sale, and Free Range sold within hours! She now spends her days with her new owner, and a new name, in the Appalachian Mountains.
That little brown egg, now a coffee bean, is taking on a whole new life of her own with her new owner! I couldn’t be happier!
Please know you will ALWAYS be able to find my Free Range makeover projects here on Mrs. Padilly’s Travels! I hope they continue to inspire you with your makeovers.
If you wish to return to the FIRST POST in my Casita makeover series, just click this link: My New Casita Travel Trailer. (5-14-2014)
♥♥♥ Meet Miss Roxie ♥♥♥
I have begun posting my latest Glamping makeover series of my new travel trailer, Miss Roxie, a 1961 Shasta Airflyte Reissue!
This “tin can” is turning out to be a lot of fun! And even though she is new, I have still been tearing her apart inside; making her my own! 🙂
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I’M VERY EXCITED about my new travel trailer home, Miss Roxie! We have taken her camping several times, and are heading out next week for our latest camping and boating adventure!