Here we go – My Ole Lady the Boler before. She is dirty, tired and in need of some TLC. She’s from Calgary and the man we purchased her from said “My Ole Lady is making me sell it”…”My Ole Lady this”…”My Ole Lady that”. Too funny; as such, that’s how this Boler got it’s name.
My Ole Lady the Boler
With old tires, a terrible paint job (someone used house paint to cover the exterior), and well used interior this little trailer is going to look light and bright when we’re done.
Living in the snowy north tucked under a tree. Nope, she should be out exploring and having fun.
Remember that Calgary snowstorm back in October when Edmonton sent snowplows to help manage all the fluffy white stuff? That’s the day we made the 6 hour round trip to pick up this vintage beauty.
The sun is out at home – yay! That paint, oh my.
The interior is in decent shape. The icebox is there, which is awesome. No cushions, yet we can make that work. Going to keep things neutral and bright on the interior. Just a touch of colour.
How many jacks do you need? I think one, not two.
Seriously, this paint. I see a lot of sandpaper in my future, however, great arms in time for summer.
Well, there you have it, My Ole Lady the Boler before. Visit for the after reveal in the next few days. The reveal is the best part, yet it’s only worth it after seeing the before. Stop by!