Roadtrippin’

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Roadtrippin’

 

Follow a map, make a memory . . .

Here you’ll find articles that may include some scenery or vintage trailer pictures that have actually been taken “on the road” while camping along the way with one of our own vintage trailers.

Others may be from published historical vintage journals, diaries or newspapers.

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  • VINTAGE CAR! VINTAGE TRAILER! VINTAGE PEOPLE!

    VINTAGE CAR!  VINTAGE TRAILER!  VINTAGE PEOPLE! Roadtripping Notes:  The journey is our destination . . . with the little car that could — a 1937 Chrysler Airflow and a 1936 Airstream Silver Cloud Part I: It’s all about the journey. Make the most of the road you find yourself on. – unknown In a few days, we will be embarking

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  • Tales Along EL CAMINO SIERRA Book & Roadtrippin’

    Tales Along EL CAMINO SIERRA by David & Gayle Woodruff Copyright 2017 El Camino Sierra Publishing We often travel north on US 395 by truck and vintage trailer; because it is so historical, beautiful and captures our imaginations. This past summer, we were camped with our 1950 Westcraft vintage trailer at Lee Vining with our friends in their large motorhomes

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  • Roadtrippin’ in Lone Pine to the Silver Spur Mine 2016

    This roadtrip is dedicated to vintage trailerites, Andy & Judy Bennett. The Silver Spur Mine and many other mines in the area were once claimed/owned by Andy’s grandmother. We thank Andy for sharing this special location and its history, upclose and personal, with our vintage trailer group.  Andy & Judy Lone Pine is one of our favorite places to camp

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  • Roadtrip Destination: 2016 Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee

    Mark Twain immortalized the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee in his short story “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”. I have always been interested in attending the Calaveras County Fair because of the history surrounding it to find out what it was about and to see those famous jumping frogs (expecting it to be similar to

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  • Roadtrippin’ the Cerro Gordo Mining [Ghost] Town

    While enjoying a weekend at the vintage trailer 3rd Annual Lone Pine Roundup in October 2015, we were already aware the area was rich with historical sites to explore such as the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, National Manzanar Historical Relocation Camp, Bishop, the Alabama Hills, Laws Railroad Museum and more . . . Many in the group have wanted to explore

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