WASHINGTON — Many DIYers or towable trailer fans may have glimpsed a horse trailer flying down the road or parked in a field and envisioned what they can build out of it.
The large open space, heavy-duty trailers and axles, and headroom for tall, farm animals make these trailers an empty slate for some fun ideas.
Family-owned Campfire Trailers of Altamont, New York is doing just that. This small company finds and repurposes old and unused horse trailers and turns them into livable, moveable, and functional tiny houses, campers, or even mobile businesses.
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