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The Cutest Trailer You Ever Saw January 13, 2010

Posted by stuffilikenet in Awesome, Toys.

While vacationing at Calaveras Big Trees year before last, I met this mother and son (I got their names, but they are lost in the mists of time).

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The son had acquired the cutest trailer in the known universe, much of which he had built/restored himself.S6300337

The effort was not wasted, and he lavished a good amount of effort on the details, like the luggage boot,


the little carriage lights,


the cozy interior,


the spacious kitchenette, and


the matching handbag.

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Exciting update:

Er, not really; I just wanted to share a cute picture with the sixty people who read this article every day.  Thanks for visiting:



1. Mandy - January 29, 2010

It’s called a teardrop trailer. I part a community of teardop builders you can see these wonderful creation at http://www.mikenchell.com/forums.

We’re a friendly bunch of people who just love to help others build one for your self. Come join us to see what it’s all about. I even think the people who built that trailer our part of our trailer building forum.

2. laurent - January 30, 2010

I saw one too in june during the Fall City Days in Washington state.


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4. Michele Albert - February 6, 2010
5. Kethia Ward - April 21, 2010

Adorable, can’t say anything better

6. Julie Way - May 21, 2010

I’ve seen these–they even have not so cute new ones–but I just can’t see putting me, a golden retriever, and 21 cats in one. And where I go, they go. I’m only 60, maybe when I’m older.

7. E.M.Suanno - July 21, 2010

ADORABLE alright! Love the inlaid wood trimming too, the flower boxes and the matching purse. What a cozy scenario.

Where did you find the trailer-doghouse?! Too cute.

8. E.M.Suanno - July 21, 2010

Oh yeah, and the country kitchen is, well, the best! 🙂

9. Richard and Cheryl Glover - October 18, 2010

I can really relate to your own home-made rig; I lived and traveled 28 years and all in home-made rigs, starting with a 8-ft camper on a 57 Chevy truck, 23 MH, 28MH 32MH 42Class A and 36 class A and a 36 Jayco rebuilt from a crash. It’s the greatest way to enjoy life to the fullest, and to meet the greatest people.

Follow your dreams; you will get there or have a heck of a lot of fun trying.

Best wishes,

Richard Glover

10. Caroline - December 31, 2010

Ok please tell me that the son and his mother are not sharing that tiny bed…..and are there 21 cats really?!?!?!?

11. stuffilikenet - December 31, 2010

They had a tent as well, but that’s not nearly as picturesque.

And no visible cats.

12. Sophie Viaggio - February 2, 2011

Oh wow, what an adorable little dog kennel! I’ve used this as my Skype profile pic.

13. Lynn Weed - June 24, 2011

Great little trailer. We do have a 31′ Hitchiker with 3 tip outs, but many times when we want to head up into the winderness area we can’t us our big trailer. The home made teadrop as pictured would be perfect for towing behind our jeep and would definately provide a safe and comfortable place to stay while we enjoy the outdoors. Are there plans to build one of these little beauties?

stuffilikenet - June 27, 2011

You are asking the wrong guy; I wouldn’t know where to look except Google, the font of all knowledge.
I must say, I approve of anyone starting any project like this (and approve more highly of finishing).
Good luck.

14. Frank - July 7, 2011

Was camping at the Royal Gorge campground in Colo a couple of years ago and there was a whole convention of these little teardrops. Each had its own particular personality and design from Hawaii’n tropics, bar and pub, to a log cabin. They were so cute and the people just loved showing them off to everyone. Great bunch of units and people.

15. DONTAZZ - July 28, 2011

like the dog trailer

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