- I was driving home from work one day and shot a picture -with my cell phone- out my window of a 1960’s Chevy pulling a new small Airstream.
- I think a teardrop trailer cereal for kids would be awesome. The marshmallow shapes could be all the different trailers in the Hall of Fame.
- Last night, I was watching Mr. & Mrs. Smith and in the middle of the last gun battle the two “sexy” Hollywood stars are blowing things up left & right and I noticed -& got excited about- what appears to be a small yellow TAB (or close to it) trailer in the distant background. See the two frames I pulled from the video on the right (another addictive behavior). Signs of sickness? I’d rather think about teardrop trailers than watch a movie. I guess that is good and healthy.
I suppose one of the reasons that I’m so taken with the teardrops & tiny trailers is the benefits our build has already created. Senior management & I have been able to work side-by-side on a project that is fun & encourages active bonding (literally in the trailer & inter-personally). A fellow trailer builder (Cliffmeister) found a video the captures these & other benefits of the teardrop. It explains why many people (including myself) build teardrop trailers. It is posted under “What is a teardrop Trailer” or you can just click here. It is all about relationships. Senior Management finds it hard to believe when I cry-out in the middle of a movie, press pause, and advance frame-by-frame until I find the TAB trailer in the background of an action scene. She says I’m addicted. I say I love her so it is OK to be addicted to her. Perhaps we need more bonding time with the jPod.
What does the immediate future hold? This teacher is on spring break and going to spend a few days in Canada with family. No progress on the jPod but guaranteed progress on catching up on sleep and dreaming of teardrop trailers. Cheers!