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You too can sleep in Kyle MacLachlan's trailer!

Postby HungerCity » Mon Apr 13, 2015 3:04 pm

Here's a bit of news to divert our attention from the current debacle...

http://union-bulletin.com/news/2015/apr/13/trailer-used-twin-peaks-set-makes-walla-walla-home/


Formerly owned by actor Kyle MacLachlan, the 34-foot Excella was used as a set trailer as he filmed television crime thriller “Twin Peaks.”

A mirror surrounded by giant light bulbs on one end of the trailer is still intact from when MacLachlan transformed into agent Dale Cooper for the show based in a fictional Washington town.

How it ended up at Chillville is as surreal as the program was for Chillville co-owner Zibby Wilder.

MacLachlan, a Washington native whose wines under the Pursued by Bear label are made at Dunham Cellars, has become a champion of the Walla Walla wine industry and, in effect, the Valley itself. He reportedly gifted the trailer to the owners of Monteillet Fromagerie who used it at its Columbia County cheesemaking farm to house interns.

In the latest turn of events, the Monteillets loaned the trailer to Wilder and business partner Pamela Ottaviano Rhodes. Wilder hauled it herself from Dayton onto her Chillville property off Lockheed Road at the Walla Walla Regional Airport Industrial Park.

“This thing is a hunk of awesomeness,” she said as she opened the door into the camper that sleeps four. “It’s a fun piece of history. It’s not what you’d expect for camping.”
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Re: You too can sleep in Kyle MacLachlan's trailer!

Postby LostInTheMovies » Mon Apr 13, 2015 3:11 pm

HungerCity wrote:Here's a bit of news to divert our attention from the current debacle...

http://union-bulletin.com/news/2015/apr/13/trailer-used-twin-peaks-set-makes-walla-walla-home/


Formerly owned by actor Kyle MacLachlan, the 34-foot Excella was used as a set trailer as he filmed television crime thriller “Twin Peaks.”

A mirror surrounded by giant light bulbs on one end of the trailer is still intact from when MacLachlan transformed into agent Dale Cooper for the show based in a fictional Washington town.

How it ended up at Chillville is as surreal as the program was for Chillville co-owner Zibby Wilder.

MacLachlan, a Washington native whose wines under the Pursued by Bear label are made at Dunham Cellars, has become a champion of the Walla Walla wine industry and, in effect, the Valley itself. He reportedly gifted the trailer to the owners of Monteillet Fromagerie who used it at its Columbia County cheesemaking farm to house interns.

In the latest turn of events, the Monteillets loaned the trailer to Wilder and business partner Pamela Ottaviano Rhodes. Wilder hauled it herself from Dayton onto her Chillville property off Lockheed Road at the Walla Walla Regional Airport Industrial Park.

“This thing is a hunk of awesomeness,” she said as she opened the door into the camper that sleeps four. “It’s a fun piece of history. It’s not what you’d expect for camping.”


And now I finally know what Walla Walla is.

Next up, the Great Went...
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Re: You too can sleep in Kyle MacLachlan's trailer!

Postby Jonatan Silva » Mon Apr 13, 2015 6:16 pm

Man... I've read thrailer, You know what it means? Yes.. I almost collapsed.

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