"I now find it curious that we never actually lived in my father's trailers. Instead, they were a lovely reprieve from our actual home, and my sisters and I regularly found solace in them, where the deluxe rooftop air conditioner kept everything as cool as a mountain meadow. There, all the spaces and compartments were situated with perfect efficiency. ... [N]ow that I'm a parent myself, I realize there's a lot of comfort with the knowledge that – with a few tunings – an entire family could be happily accommodated in a thirteen-foot trailer. Everything you needed was there. Space was real space."
– From Hollis Gillespie's new book, Trailer Trashed. Gillespie will be at Outwrite Bookstore and Coffeehouse Thurs., Aug. 21, to sign and discuss her book.
Little harsh, in'it?
Oh that's right...I DID say enjoy yourself.
Go to hell Kombo!
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