Home is where the horse (trailer) is

[caption id="attachment_261" align="alignnone" width="417"]The Pulse and Bloom crew packs their bags and heads off to lands unknown. The Pulse and Bloom crew packs their bags and heads off to lands unknown.[/caption] A friend of ours called and said he knew someone who was trying to find a new home for an old semi trailer. While our main focus is converting shipping containers, curiosity got the better of us and we towed our new dwelling shell home. While the exterior of the trailer is nothing to write home about the interior is amazing. Rich curved wood and old metal struts cover the walls and ceiling with cutouts every three feet for butterfly hooks. Some rudimentary carpentry had already been done but the space has endless potential. So far very little has been done towards a proper conversion but the wheels in my mind have been furiously turning. I want to maintain the interior walls which means to insulate it I will have to carefully remove the existing panels one at a time and insert the thin foil insulation behind it. We acquired old gym flooring which I'll use to cover the pre-existing ply base. In the mean time it has served as a valuable crash pad for our nomadic friends.   [caption id="attachment_263" align="alignnone" width="417"]An impromptu home for the Pulse and Bloom crew. An impromptu home for the Pulse and Bloom crew.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_262" align="alignnone" width="417"]One unassuming horse trailer. One unassuming horse trailer.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_272" align="alignnone" width="584"]Even the pups love the horse trailer. Even the pups love the horse trailer.[/caption]

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