As it often plays out…we’re cruising down some highway, city street, back road to somewhere and out of the corner of our eye we glimpse a Boler. We’re getting damn good at it too! Sometimes they might be out in the open, easily seen, but more often than not, they’re partially hidden so that only a small bit stands out and is visible. That’s when those Boler spotting skills get tested. Like they were with this here little trailer.
It was spotted as we travelled through the town of Ponoka Alberta in March 2016. There down some back alley, is that one? I swear it is! Screeeeech, pull a u-ey, find the target. Success! It is! There in all its glory, in the back parking stall of some house, a Boler. One that’s pretty unremarkable in appearance or setting, but from a difficulty stand point was one of the most challenging of our long Boler spotting career. One had to be looking just right, at the exact time, to see it. It’s a skill we have.
Another notch in the gun handle.
And yes, our road trips are often interrupted this way. We stop for all Bolers and typically pad our schedule in anticipation of it happening.
While zeroing in on this Boler, we amazingly discovered another. By chance! Here…
There’s a Boler under there…
Something random to enjoy…
Journey of Natty Gann – reform school.
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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