Meet the new family project:
Covered with tarps not for its grand unveiling, but to protect against possible rain. Because the door and windows? Those are in the garage.
It’s a Boler! An egg! It’s a fiberglass camping trailer, and yes, we know, it needs a lot of work.
The dining area (it does have a table that needs serious help) that converts into the adult sleeping area.
Kyra is quite excited. She spent a good part of the afternoon washing the floor and various pieces of the camper (we need to sand and repaint everything), while singing, “We’re living in an egg, we’re living in an egg,” until her brother went a little crazy. We’re thinking of a bright blue base, with matching blue on the fiberglass pieces on the inside.
The opposite side of the camper. This, in theory, is a couch by day and bunk beds by night.
Andrew lost a bit of his enthusiasm when he realized that renovations would take more than washing the pieces, putting them back in, and tossing in the fishing poles. He perked up, though, at the mention of sleepovers in the camper.
So. There you have it. What we did this weekend. With a little luck, I’ll be able to post progress pictures over the next few months.