May 292013
 
Duct tape Boler trailer

This Boler, held together in places with liberal amounts of duct tape, could perhaps use a little TLC. A 17′ model, which we have been seeing a lot of lately, it looks a little rough around the edges but is probably not that bad off. The beauty of a Boler is that are fairly easy to fix and maintain.

This trailer was seen in May 2013 in Beiseker Alberta.

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.

Reference: The Bolerama.

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Duct tape Boler trailer

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Rhys
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That actually was my Grandfather’s trailer. It sat out in his farmyard near Granum, Alberta for nearly 20 years.

My sister took it camping, though, a few years ago… and there, it had an unfortunate meeting with a bad thunderstorm – and a tree. Thus the duct tape.

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