As the game is played more, a person’s Boler spotting skills generally become better honed. A trailer need not be out in the open and can be hidden in behind something, lost in the clutter, partially out of view and a hit is still well within the realm of possibility. In fact, we sometimes surprise ourselves. The trailer seen here, a seventeen foot model found in Lethbridge Alberta, November 2015, was spotted while lost among a sea of bigger trailers and RVs. It was not easy to see from the road.
The paint scheme on this trailer is a familiar one. The vast majority of Bolers this size are done up similarly, a tan-ish colour with a couple orange and yellow or brown-ish stripes at the belt line. Not sure why they didn’t do the two tone (the top half of the shell one colour, the bottom another) colours so common on the smaller thirteen foot models. I think they would have looked good that way.
We shot this trademark BIGDoer.com then and now this same trip…
Lethbridge then and now – Train Station.
Boler: A small cute-as-a-bug fibreglass travel trailer made in Canada in the 1970s and 80s. We make a fun game spotting them on our road trips adventures. We also include other similar trailers here, those from other manufacturers who are close in appearance or configuration to Bolers.
Reference: Bolerama.org (now offline).
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