Vintage campers turn mobile shops this weekend in Milton-Freewater

April 21, 2013 

The Walla Walla Valley’s two newest mobile vendors rolled onto Milton-Freewater’s Fifth Avenue for a grand opening this weekend.

Wayfarer Boutique and Xochi Mobile Boutique set up shop in their respective campers Saturday at 127 N.E. Fifth Ave., across from the Milton-Freewater Community Building.

The two are the latest to join the community of retail stores operating inside refashioned vintage campers. The shops operate at various locations throughout the community and region.

Wayfarer, owned by Keri Martin, specializes in home decor, fine linens and gourmet food. The business operates inside a 15-foot 1967 Sport King Camper.

Xochi Mobile Boutique operates in a 1968 Kit Camper and specializes in Mexican folk art items, textiles from Mexico and accessories and jewelry.

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