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.

Poor Enrique

A smushed bumper doesn't seem like a huge deal, right? Unfortunately, she hit me hard enough that my hitch bent upwards, bending the frame and smashing a lot of pieces & parts on the car that the bumper was the least of anyone's worries. 

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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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