In December, Forest Things purchased a vintage 1971 go tag-a-long travel trailer. We spent a few months remodeling it ourselves vintage travel trailer from the 70's. We replaced a wall that had some damage and used forest safe certified wood & non-toxic eco insulation. We took out the sleeping area/futon, ice box, folding table & booth. These unused items were donated to habitat for humanity. We built a long work table with reclaimed wood, painted the walls softly with an ombré technique, adorned one wall with thinly cut rounds of birch wood & another wall became a giant chalk board. We also found a perfect second hand, wooden stacking storage piece that worked perfectly in the storage closet. After all that - I got to work. I am happy to create products in this beautiful space with the windows open to nature. Forest Things still has projects to finish with the camper. The workshop could use a paint job, a bigger sink, and we'd love to replace the popup canopy. Eventually we would like to install a solar panel on the roof to power our minimal electrical uses. This is a project to evolve over time. Forest Things would love to eventually move to a regular workshop in a building where we could make all of our products. Although, we would always keep the camper to house all of our wildcrafting. Where we would dry plants, distill essential oils, make infusions & enfleurage. There is something a little bit more magical about making things from the woods which you are in the woods.