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Arts and Crafts

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Trailer Art II

One of the advantages of painting a trailer or camper is that you can entirely customize and personalize it as you want or see fit.

For ages, gypsies traveled all around the world in their wagons, which may have been the onset for the development of travel trailers.

The first travel trailer however, was built by the Bristol Carriage Company in 1880 and it was not before the early 1920s when they could be found in the United States and Canada as well.

At that time, people who used travel trailers were often referred to as 'tin can tourists'.

Nowadays, they are no longer a rarity anymore; you can find and see many different sizes of trailers, fit for almost any purpose.

Maybe soon, it will no longer be a rarity either seeing artistic and creative decorated trailers along and on the road!

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