• Minnie the Boler After: 3ten.ca

    Project: Minnie the Boler After

    She’s all done – here is Minnie the Boler after her renovation. This 1971 Boler is a true piece of Canadian history – and now she’s at home in California. Yes, in Cali. Minnie the Boler After I love how these adorable vintage hubcaps just pull the whole look together. Also, I love how she doesn’t have a huge vent for the fridge or for the furnace – keeps this side looking clean. The white LED license plate light – it’s all in the details.…

  • Minnie the Boler Before: 3ten.ca

    Project: Minnie the Boler Before

    This is Minnie the Boler – she’s a 1971 (although we initially thought 1979) Canadian made fiberglass trailer. We called her Minnie because we ended up picking a Mango Sorbet colour to paint her and one of our favourite little places to grab take-away is called Mini Mango. As such, meet Minnie the Boler. Minnie the Boler Before Rough shape? Yes. We picked her up a few hours from home and although I say she’s in rough shape, she really isn’t. The body was in…

  • Kootenay National Park 2018: 3ten.ca

    Travel: Kootenay National Park

    Camping season is here! We had such a great time in Kootenay National Park a couple of weeks ago. We took one of the Boler trailers we’re fixing up – Larry the Boler. I’m sure I’ll share his before and after soon. Kootenay National Park We stayed at Redstreak Campground right inside the park and it is beautiful. Full of trees, wilderness, and campfires. I’m a huge fan of campfires. We do all of our cooking over the open flame and just love it. Check…

  • Prince Albert National Park 2018: 3ten.ca

    Travel: Prince Albert National Park

    Prince Albert National Park because it’s time for camping! Yes, Waskesiu in Saskatchewan is beautiful. It’s a little far from us, being about 7 hours towing, yet worth the visit. We took Tipsy, our 1972 Boler, on this trip. Okay, let’s get camping. Prince Albert National Park We set up camp in no time. Takes us about 20-30 minutes total from the time we find our site until we’re set up and ready to relax. Last year we got the 10×10 canopy tent since we…

  • Benny the Boler After: 3ten.ca

    Project: Benny the Boler After

    Benny the Boler Ta-Da! Here is Benny the Boler after. A delightful little trailer that is on the open road travelling and camping. This fibreglass trailer is 44 years old, can you believe it? Benny the Boler after is so great – I’m excited to share these photos with you and hopefully inspire you to go camping yourself. Done. Check out this beautifully sunny trainer – Benny the Boler. Did you see the before photos? This 1974 13-foot trailer has come a long way. New…

  • Benny the Boler Before

    Project: Benny the Boler Before

    Benny the Boler Meet Benny the Boler before his makeover. We picked up this 1974 Boler last August in Calgary. It was so bad we needed to tow it home on a flatbed. Thankfully we own one. From a cracked frame, to a wonky closet and even original cushions you’ll be impressed how great Benny looks after. Take a peek through all of these before pictures and then visit again on Saturday to check out the after. It’ll be so fun! These curtains are yucky.…

  • Tipsy the Boler

    Project: Tipsy the Boler

    Tipsy the Boler is finding her small little space in the wide open internet. As I’m sure many of you know we’ve been running a Tumblr page for all things Boler for a little over 3 years. Well, now we’re branching out. In January we opened an Instagram account for Tipsy as a way to share content, help other Boler lovers with their projects, and to engage the community. Now, today actually, we just started to share on a dedicated Facebook page to Tipsy. So…