Peggy and I took our first production teardrop, the “Lemondrop” to Moab UT to have pictures taken to be used on our website. Troylene Owens, our photographer, was exceptional. She took the time to ask what our “vision” was, while using her own creative talent to produce photographs that truly capture the beauty and fine craftsmanship we put in to our new teardrop trailers.
It has been an incredible adventure in the development of the teardrop trailer and starting of a new business. From wanting a trailer that could accommodate our needs with all of our gear to the discovery of a need for small, lightweight, well-made trailers that could easily be towed by small vehicles, we become “informed” to the needs of those seeking adventures while minimally impacting “mother earth”.
The building of our first trailer was difficult at best. Superior construction with only the highest in manufacturing and materials would be second to none. It actually took three hatches to being built before we were satisfied with the finished product.
Now that we have put our first on behind us, we look forward to continually improving in design and manufacturing process. We welcome your comments and suggestions and promise we will endeavor to produce for our customers only the best in workmanship, technology, and options while remaining true to our commitment to produce a superior product.