Yesterday was a beautiful day and we took a short bike ride on a nice trail on the north side of Lake Macbride. It follows the lake edge through woods and prairie restorations. In one area, there had apparently been a recent hatch (or whatever you call it) of butterflies because these tiny beauties flew up right ahead of us as we pedaled along.
In the afternoon, the 'Glampers' had a tour of their trailers. I think the earliest one was from the Fifities but there may have been a '47 in there somewhere. They ranged in length from 11 to 32 feet. The variety of treatments is astounding and apparently no derelict is too derelict to take on. The second row of photos show the interior of Diane's "Violet" and her daughter's "Foxy Lady" tent complete with miniature flamingos, pink chair and table. I'm guessing the boy examining it is thinking that's way too much pink. The first picture in the third row is the 32-foot Holiday Rambler, a work in progress which is being done in a nautical theme in honor of the owner's navy service, complete with mess trays.