From the bloggers at The Bend Bulletin.
Taking your home into the great outdoors, any time, any place is the freedom that the Scribner family has with their fully refurbished 1948 Palace Royale trailer and 1948 Higgins pop-up trailer-tent.
Whether they’re going to the beach or to one of the national or state parks, the Scribners know they’ll always have a comfortable place to stay, and the million-dollar views from their trailer windows are something to behold.
“It really is home sweet home,” says Justin Scribner, who’s the founder and owner of Flyte Camp Vintage Travel Trailers in Bend.
Justin and his wife, Anna, have built a successful business around restoring old trailers that date between 1930 and 1965. Together, they have an encyclopedic knowledge of the era that spawned these traveling homes.
“It’s crazy, but in the 1940s there were more than 3,000 trailer manufacturers,” says Anna. “After World War II, all these plane manufacturers had all these parts that they had used to build warplanes, and they converted their shops to start building travel trailers.”
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