I know of double-wide trailers but never a double-long one. For the lack of a better explanation as to what this is, that's what I am calling it. Looking closely it doesn't appear to be a make-do-slap-it-together modification. The rear half has the exact same accent trim only placed lower at the base of the unit.
Zooming in I can see that the rear end tapers back in like the front does. It is possible two units were joined together butt to butt with four identical doors cut and installed. Those standing poles indicate the additional roofing continued all the way along, but some has since been removed. It looks like a mobile home motel in a strange sort of way.
It looks a bit weird for sure, but somebody has been very creative ha,ha.
The trailer motel was the first thing I thought of when I saw this.
we have a few in our area that have been conjoined. most of the time, though, they go off to the sides, making Ls or other shapes out of several mobiles.
I'm with you and everybody else on this. It does look like a motel with all those doors. Cool find.
The art of improvisation! ;-)
looks like a mobile home motel in a strange sort of way
My imagination is running wild...
That's a long trailer! Regarding your question on my blog, no I have never taking a balloon ride. I would try it though.
what I find the most interesting about this is that it appears to be sitting directly on the ground. what? happy day to you and Sinbad.
I instantly thought trailer motel too!
it certainly would've worked for the stay-at-homes at one time
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