So my biznazz partner and I just did a photo shoot for our vintage camper rental business at our local state park, and despite some challenges, it was a lot of fun. After tons of planning, shopping, packing and organizing we headed to Cedar Hill State Park to set up four different scenes to photograph.  […]

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The buffet in my dining room is a great example of how a simple paint update can make a huge difference.  Duh, we all know that paint is one of the simplest and quickest ways to change the look of something.  This is not new info.  But that doesn’t stop me from admiring the results […]

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In my living room are some quirky shelves standing next to the fireplace.  I suspect that at one time it was a doorway into the bedroom on the other side of it that was closed off and turned into this shallow set of shelves. I think they add character and give me an opportunity to […]

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When I bought my second vintage camper, Peggy Hill, I updated her with a Texas theme in mind, borrowed from her Texas wings and the fact that she was born in the factory right here in the nearby suburb of Grapevine Texas!  Wanting a bigger wow factor, and because things are bigger in TEXAS, I […]

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I have several campers but Peggy Hill is my favorite.  Shhh….Don’t tell the other girls. Peggy Hill is a 1967 Shasta Compact and is the cutest camper at the campsite! Always! She was actually my 2nd camper purchase.  The first one was under construction and I was impatient excited to decorate and camp in it, […]

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