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Kelle Arvay’s Funky/Fab/Fun 1961 Shasta Trailer/Camper Getaway (and TINY kitchen stoves/cooking)
November 12, 2011, 8:37 am
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     Just the other day we welcomed Kelle Arvay to our “Tiny Yellow House and Relaxshacks.com” facebook group. Kelle also happens to run a really cool blog by the name of LITTLEVINTAGETRAILER.com– which is well worth a look. Shown here (with specs/stats below) are some photos of her little escape on wheels (a great option for affordable, tiny housing), AND, one of the more compact kitchen/cooking units I’ve seen in some time- what a great little idea/product. On one of my upcoming projects, an under 100 square foot home, I think I’m going to have to buy one of these. I’ve included a link below. If anyone does happen to pick one up, I’d love for you to do a little write-up/review- or just add one to the comments below.

Cook’s 3-in-1 Breakfast Center- I’ve added a link, for more details, below….great for college students, and university dorm rooms I’d imagine.

Our 61 Shasta Compact

Name: Buttercup
DOB: 1961
Sex: Female (we checked (:)
Weight: 1100 lbs
Length: 10 ft box and 13ft including tongue
Color:  yellow/white
Condition: Renovated/Excellent
Best Attribute: Overall cuteness factor

Pet Peeve: “Getting dirt on my exterior”.
Favorite Places: Anyplace where my family is.

Again, if you’re looking for a drool-worthy array of campers, trailers, and rvs- check out the book “My Cool Caravan” which we reviewed, and featured in a video recently….

-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen


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