TRAILER WAYS & DAZE!
Cartoons Drawn by Hank Roesler
Copyright by Hank Roesler 1955
Published by Trail-R-Club of America
America’s largest Publisher of books pertaining to trailers and mobile home living.
This book is dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of happy trailer travelers and mobile home owners. Because of the wonderful freedom from care this new way of life brings, most of them have a marvelous sense of humor. This collection of some of Hank Roesler’s best trailer cartoons has been put together to guarantee many hearty laughs to anyone who has ever owned a trailer or evwer thought of owning one.
[Here’s a few selected samples of cartoons from this vintage trailer booklet.]
“Let’s be rolling stones, too! I’m tired of gathering moss!”
“Just picture yourselves relaxing in all this luxury,…and figuring a way to make the next payment.”
“He bought a book on how to build a trailer,…but it didn’t say how to
get it out of a basement.”
“Better figure a way out of here soon,…we’re running out of grub!”
“They don’t know we’re coming. Won’t they be surprised?”
“Keep jiggling it, Fester,….I’m sure they’re at home.”
“It’s been with the family many years. We sort of grew up with it.”
“If we want to make it up this grade,…something’s got to go!”
“Sure, park there ‘long as you like….’tain’t hurting that Poison Ivy none.”
“I am using my imagination,…and it’s still 108 in the shade!”
“Come on over on this side now dear….and dry off.”
“I said, ‘what more do you want ,…whispering pines, a babbling brook…’ ”
“Of course I didn’t lock the trailer, ‘way out here, on top of nowhere.”
“Big argument about whose turn to wash…but don’t try to settle it!”
“It didn’t look quite so big at the open air market.”
“Pa!….Guess what I heard on the park grapevine?”
“A few more feet, Joe, and we’ll stand where no man has ever before touched foot.”
“Someone pulled in during the night, dear. Is it anyone we know?
“We like to be near the water. What’s a little high tide”
“We spend 200 million bucks for a polar expedition, and they just
“After five years of trailer living, we simply can’t get use to an apartment.”