I love this site. It's so informative.
Having your home chosen for this tour is one of the most exciting social honors in the state. Competition is intense to present our judges with perfection in every detail of mobile home life, such as these newly constructed entry steps.
More square footage is often needed to house some of the larger collections (and occupants). Here, the rare "Leisurama", a '60's precursor to the ubiquitous "double wads" and transformer toys, could travel as a single wide and then unfold to luxurious proportions when set up on site.
Here's a superb example of 12-pack engineering. A mobile wood burning, forced air heating and air conditioning unit . Note the extension ladder supporting the ductwork. We all know the rule: "If the van is a-rockin', don't come a-knocking", but the more appropriate conclusion here is: "If the van is a-smokin', don't come a-stoking".
Why does the county insist on placing signs in front of homes with "slow" children? Is it really a good idea to advertise such facts? How does one enter this home? That's the beauty! As you can clearly see by this example, enough landscaping material can hide the front door from those pesky neighbors. Moving that much landscaping material into a yard takes a lot of work but if you plan it in stages it'll go smoother.