It’s that close to being a guarantee, a rock-solid one at that. That’s how confident we are. When driving down the streets of near any random town of any reasonable size out west here, there’s more than a good chance one will come across a Boler. It happens all the time for us, just cruising about perhaps passing through, or there on a gig, and boom…spotted one! It’s uncanny really.
Seen here, one found just like described above, March 2016, in the town of Camrose Alberta. There we were, in traffic, minding our business and out the corner of our eye…there it was. This, a seventeen foot Boler, a later model we believe (based on the recessed door which was flush on earlier examples, we understand). Not a hard one to spot at all, out there in the open, in a back alley but clearly visible from the main road were on. Screech! U-turn! Gotta get a pic! Even if it was quick and dirty and shot “camera out the window” drive-by style.
One more Boler in the what was a great year for spotting, a record year in fact. For 2016, it was over sixty out there in the wild. We’re no where close to matching that this year. But we’re not done yet.
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Rocky Mountain Raceway Park.
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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