Serro Scotty Trailer
Serro Scotty is an American range of trailers that were first built in 1957. Production stopped in 1997 but has resumed in 2007 with modern versions being manufactured.
A trailer called Charlie
I can smell flannel sleeping bags and cheerios, campfire and hot chocolate. Despite my previous embarassment and envy, I now realize 15 years later that the 15 foot trailer was our ideal escape. I was seven and tucked tightly into the table-turned-bed. The eight feet between myself and the rest of my cozy family grew steadily with every scarey story told. Through the years I saw most of the country with "Charlie" the blue and white trailer following behind. With the family spreading out, our tiny travel capsule caught time and still holds it deep in a Kansas field waiting for another long awaited adventure.
Kelly, United States - 21 July 2004
Miles and years of family memories
This little 15 foot camping trailer is a tiny classic turquoise and white mobile home. I bought it used in 1987 when my kids were little, and we hauled it from Kansas to Yosemite National Park on its maiden voyage. Nestled beside the huge $60,000 RVs, my kids used to laugh and be embarrassed at our tiny little trailer. I told them that we had way more fun than the other people. We were warm and dry and very close together. We felt snug and cozy and always dry, in many camp grounds and National Parks. Now it sits in a field, and I care for it like an elderly family member. It still smells exactly the same inside, and holds many miles and years of family memories.
Betty, United States - 09 July 2004