Monday, February 27, 2012
One of my neighbors spent his Sunday happily welding away on the frame for a small travel trailer he's building. It's called a teardrop trailer, called that because of its shape, and is just big enough to accommodate a queen-size mattress and a small space for cooking. With rising gas prices, the smaller size and weight of these trailers is attractive to RV'ers. My neighbor sold the first one of these he built and is now working on his second. The act of welding, he says, is quite rewarding and "feels almost like alchemy."
Posted by George McKay at 6:22 AM