Oct 232012
 
Two Trilliums Trailers

This year is a first for us and I believe we’ve documented more Trillium trailers while playing the Boler spotting game, than we have Bolers themselves. Not unusual I guess since the former has been manufactured over a longer period of time. Because they are so Boler-like however, we’ll include them here.

These two were found sitting side by side at the campground in Fort Steele BC in August 2012. The one on the right is an older example, can’t you tell by that lovely colour, while the one on the left is a more contemporary version known as “The Outback” by Trillium Trailers.

Trillium: A flower with three large leaf shaped petals and an official symbol of Ontario. It’s also a charming little trailer.

Boler: A small cute-as-a-bug fibreglass travel trailer made in Canada in the 1970s and 80s. Very collectible and a we make a fun game spotting them on road trips. We also include other similar trailers here, those from other manufacturers who are close in appearance to Bolers.

Reference: To see Trilium Trailer’s Outback model, click here.

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Two Trilliums Trailers

A pair of Trillium Trailers, seen in Fort Steele BC.

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Bill Jenkins
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I have a 1978 Trillium painted that same awful green color. :>

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