We loved every minute of working on this little beauty. We've already taken it out a few times, and it's as cozy and perfect as we'd hoped it'd be.
Many people don't know (we didn't either until we found this one) that U-Haul rented campers out in the 80s. They are similar to retro Burro campers. The entire shell is fiberglass, which means it's held up well over the years. We did have to replace the bolts to the frame because they were rusting, but other than that the shell was in good shape. We removed the old decals--because the 80s, man...that's just not our style.
We're not purists unlike some of our other U-Haul friends. We chose to make it ours, so there's little reminders of what it originally looked like.
Hope you enjoy our little tour!
The first two books in the Sisters of Bloodcreek Series are so entertaining and are the perfect dose of creepy. They're ideal for fans of the television shows Supernatural and The Originials but are also reminimescent of classics like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Charmed.
Daphne and her fiance, Heath, have one very important thing in common--secrets. Their mysterious pasts bind them like some unspoken spell. They're safe with each other because they're both too afraid to ask questions, not wanting to open up their Pandora's box of sins.
But Heath is struggling. He's being tormented, not only by who he was but by who helped make him that way.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time to stock up on Christmas reads! What could be better than an unusual tale of woe and wonderful inspired by William Blake's "The Chimney Sweeper" and the lore of Krampus?!
Prompted by a school project, Sarafina sets out on a mission to discover the truth about her father. Her mother has never spoken of him and dodges her questions every time she asks. With the help of her friend Nicole and library resources, she's able to piece together her family's history. There's a reason why her mother has been so quiet and her grandmother never treated her like she cared.
Becky Villareal takes a sensitive topic and confronts it with both care and compassion. Can tragedy turn into a blessing? The story of these three strong women will answer that question.
The Sleet Tight Motel is one of those books you should cuddle up with—sure to keep you up at night. Though I found the main character, Eve, a bit naïve and not particularly likable, the story was overall interesting. The twist at the end was my favorite part.
A Must Read Series for Writers!