This is the story of our Little Wheelie House. When mom posted on Facebook that they were going to sell it, people started jumping like crazy! People were willing to come from Arizona, Texas, and Kentucky. There were 2 local people who wanted it too. So the first one is from Arizona and we are waiting for them to work out the work schedules and child care so they can come get it.
In the meantime, our pawrents have visited like 87 dealerships and looked at 10 million trailers. They had one they liked and thought that one was "IT" but then realized me and Stanley needed more floor space. Mom says it is a trade off between space and the willingness to pull a long trailer. Our Little Wheelie House is 24 feet (plus another 3 feet for hitch). The probable new one is 2 feet longer but it has a long (3') slide that is equivalent to 2 slides. The couch and dinette are the long slide.
The first photo just shows the style of freestanding table and chairs that will go in ours, instead of the booth-type table that is shown in the photos. All the other stuff in the photos (flooring, fabric pattern, etc. is the same as what we will have).
Since I have my own barking window at home I think this will make an excellent barking window. I can bark out the giant window or be more discrete and bark out the side windows.
This is where mom can prepare our treats. OK, who are we kidding? This kitchen will probably never get used other than the microwave and fridge.
This shows that there is a door to the bathroom & bedroom off the kitchen and living space.
This kind of shows that there is ample wrestling room on the floor for me and Stanley. Plus, it is long enough I can do a little indoor fetching. Remember the booth will be a table & chairs in ours.
The dinette area. I will also be able to stand on the table to use this as a secondary barking window, I like having options.
This is the couch where Stanley will take naps. At night we'll sleep with mom and dad but this will suffice during the daytime.
A view of my main barking window and the relationship to the couch. This shows the openness where we will spread our toys and then wrestle after supper.
This is a queen size bed where me and Stanley will sleep. Our pawrents can put a blanket on the little night stands under the closets and curl up there. Is that the most stupid looking headboard you have ever seen? Mom said it was OK if we chewed it off the wall.
For some reason mom is giddy about this. It is a linen closet in the bathroom. You can see the tip of the toilet at the very bottom.
A bad photo of the shower.
The bathroom sink (to the right of the shower). Dad says he will have to learn to shave left handed.
So there you have it, our probable new wheelie house. Our pawrents are working with the salesman to get everything ready so when it is time to order it, they have it ready to go (having sorted out options, etc.). There is a RV show in 2 weeks that might offer additional incentives. If they make the deal sweeter they will order it at the RV show. Otherwise, they will not order it until late November cuz mom says they can delay paying on taxes if they don't withdraw the money to pay for it until after January 1st. So in the meantime, me and Stanley are suffering without a wheelie house!
Murphy & Stanley