Burst Photo Booths


The story of how Burst Photo Booths came to be, from purchasing the trailers to the nitty gritty of getting them on the road.

Posts in '66 Roadrunner
Some Before & Afters

Everyone loves a little Before & After series, right? It's the magical moment between "wow, that's ugly. What will they do?!?" to "Boom! Done! Check it out!" Unfortunately for the worker bee, there are quite a bit of steps in the middle there, in the "to." 

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The '66: Floors & Cabinets & Paint, Oh My

I've mostly been focusing my work on the '66 as it's in really good shape, I'm only one person and I can't do some construction things on my own just yet. What I *can* do is paint, scrape, measure, pick out colors & decor, scrape, spray, scrape, paint and scrape. Did I mention scrape? Did I mention paint? I started with painting the cabinetry in the "kitchen." Harvest Gold went out of style about 5 years after this thing was built, but someone decided the cabinets needed that color again anyway. 

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Twobies Continued

Two trailers and only one car. It's like a country song. My brother & his girlfriend arrive in the Arby's parking lot around 11:30 or so. We check out the trailers, deem them good and hit the road, back to Shasta. We haven't begun our 4-day camping trip and I'm already exhausted.

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