Scooby Doo the Boler Before – check out the state and condition of this 1977 fiberglass trailer. As most of you know we had two adorable pups – Bella and Lily. They’re part of the reason we turned to RVing since it’s a fun way to travel and take them along.
In 2017 when we got our second Boler, our first Overhaul, and Lily was along for the ride. She came with us on 6 trailer hunting trips. She was a trooper. Scooby Doo was the first one we got without her. It was hard saying goodbye to Lily. When I bent down to check the frame, I almost started to cry.
Sometimes life just gives you a little sign – I knew trailer hunting wouldn’t be the same with out Lily, yet I was so happy we didn’t lose our passion.
Okay, let’s check out some before photos of Scooby Doo the Boler. And a couple of photos where we actually used this fiberglass beauty to camp. Yes, we went camping in this Boler in the before stages.
Scooby Doo the Boler Before
We had to take fix up a few things before he would be road worthy.
The inside – so messy – full of leaves and gunk.
Now, this is what Scooby Doo looked like after about 5 hours of cleaning and prep. We really wanted to camp last summer and Tipsy had a hiccup on our first trip to Waskesiu Lake. With a cracked frame she wasn’t road worthy. No way we wanted to give up our booked sites for the rest of the summer, so we fixed up Scooby Doo the best we could in a short amount of time and hit the road.
Here we are in Waterton Lakes National Park.
This time, Elk Island – so beautiful.
In the end, Scooby Doo is one of the best trailers ever. Wait until you see the after pictures this weekend – it’s hard to believe the transformation. He’ll hold a special place in my heart, that’s for sure.