Howdy! This little cutie belongs to Girl Camping Girl, and today, the door is open for a virtual trailer tour.
(It's a short tour, since this trailer, a 1968 Oberlin, is only 13 feet long from the rear bumper to the hitch front.)
The dinette is at your right as you step in. The color scheme, inside and out, uses red, black, and buckskin.
The sink and cooktop are on the driver's side, but usually get covered to form counter/display space for favorite cowgirl collectibles.
In real life, Girl Camping Girl is the editor of a Western horse magazine. Can you tell, from the trailer's reading material?
The cabinet doors are painted glossy black, and trimmed with vintage Western belts, nail studs, and trophy buckles from GCG's horse shows.
Naturally, the rear bed is cowgirled-up, too, with lots of pillows and Pendleton bedding.
The camping luggage is old, but dressed up with old cowgirl postcards and photos.
There's really no mistaking that a buckarette-type owns this little cowgirl boudoir on wheels. Hope to show it to you in person someday!