Great site. I am interested in knowing about Tina Marie Velebil. Thers are not many of us in the US.
:great article awsome work you are a superb craftsman
Denny - I am Virginia Douglas' oldest daughter. My husband Ken was surfing the internet and stumbled across your web page. I am enjoying the family pictures and comments.
Hi Denny. Just passing by again. Last here Jan 16th. Couldn`t get away from your teardrop pics. So had to have another peek at what`s going on behind the garage door.Utterly amazing.Cheers from the other side of the pond.
JUST LOOKING UP MY FAMILY TREE.
Very Nice website!
Wolfgang and the 5 kiddos loved it!!!
I am leah the daughter of mark and linda unfried! Was searching family history and came across your site. Would be great to hear your family history and how we are related. My opa name is Gerhard Waldenman? Unfried and my nana name is Doloris? Unfried. They came to australia around 1952/1955 some where around there.
Can you email me any info about your family would love to get a full family history.
Thanks and great talking to you Denny!
Denny; I have appreciated your work on the family for some time. My sister-in-law, Virginia Douglas, gave you some family info some years ago. She's not doing well now. I recently made some DVDs of my mother's voice (Lillian Romig Douglas) telling about our heritage. I put a lot of pictures that I dug up to show what she was talking about. I borrowed the one you have in Leavenworth showing the Romigs with Jacob Sr.in front of the house. My mother had some great stories about that place.
I would like a password if I may since I may find some more info as I am trying to lock down some of our heritage. I remember visiting Marvin in Temple City with the chickens when I was about 10 yrs. old(85 now). We lived in Alhambra then. We would go there when they were playing their instruments (1932). We also have gone to the quartet competition here in Sacramento to hear RSVP. Now they have stopped that competition here. Keep up the good work. Thankyou especially for the hours after 11:30 PM. Clayton Douglas
Hi Denny.Just cruisin` by courtesy of Jim Gibson (from the brian wilson site).This whole Cougar site is amazing unlike anything as we have here.Love your teardrop pics.Brought back early 60`s work memories of when i used to build coaches/buses.Still tinker a bit making box trailers (for my use).Have three of them.(you can never have enough,haha).One`s 7`x 4` built on a 9 leaf spring suspension.That`s from a Hillman (UK).Second one utilises a Ford Courier well back body (i think you call them)using all ford suspension etc.Third one is same (under construction), but going to be a tipper.Keeps the mind active.OK,better move on. Really nice to see all of this. Cheers.
Denny, I am 1/2 way thru my 1st tear drop build & wanted to let you know your site has been very, very helpful. You did a top quality job! Thank you. Barney
Hey Denny, Greetings from your second cousin. Just checked out your web page. Can't wait to spend a bit more time seeing some new family members, & whoever else has been looking. Keep adding folks as they check out these pages & respond.
Hey denny don't believe I've ever met you but I am Thomas A. Unfrieds Son and was just searching family history!
Have been looking for something to tow behind my 1924 Dodge four cylinder. This is it. Thanks and wish me luck.
This is part of D.T.M file (don't tell mum)
Katrinia Marie Unfried - I have been searching for you for years! Please e-mail me if/when you read this. I'm living in Phoenix and would love to hear from you. My love to your mom and Bree.
Hi All, and of course Denny, Your website is very impressive, and I have studied it for many hours. It shall be MY BOOK when I start 2 Teardrops this fall. Being in Canada, I will go to Everret WA. to Harbour Freight to pickup frames to get started. Your TD building skills shall be copied in my cluttered shop, I hope.
needed with with my new project. great page.
To the "boy next door' Your Website is just great!! Very interesting to see all the many responses; the appreciation & recognition of your many 'talents'.
From the old "girl next door"
WOW Denny, what a great website! And...too much fun! I have a number of friends with Airstreams that will love just looking at this site.
Just starting to get into teardrop trailers. Also race vintage dirt cars out here in the midwest. Great site, thanks so much for sharing it.
great web site!!!!
can't waite to get started.
thanks for sharing the teardrop information. i find it helpful and inspirational. hope to build a 5x10 framed tear for my son and i to adventure in. what thickness was the frame material?
I am going to build a 4x8 and have it ready for camping this summer. Just looking for construction ideas. I am going to build it on a harbor freight trailer.
Just started looking at these marvelous campers,would like to own one some
day. Excellent website,family tree and workmanship on the teardrop,goodluck and God Bless
Great job Denny - I trust you received the photos (
I emailed you this date.
Found your site and absolutely love it. I'm nearly finished building a teardrop here in Australia and your site is so well done I couldn't stop till the last photo. It was like reading an exciting novel. Well done.
HELLO OUR FAMILY IS DECANDANTS FROM GERHARD AND DELORIS UNFRIED FROM GERMANY. WE THOUGHT WE WERE THE ONLY RAW [LOL] FAMILY. AS A BASIC RUN THROUGH.... GERHARD AND DELORIS HAD MARK AND INGO UNFRIED.
INGO PASSED AWAY EARLY 70'S. MARK MARRIED LINDA FREYTAG [also german decant]. three children from this marriage. simone , leah and aaron. please email any more info on the unfried's
Thanks for showing all of your GREAT photos,
I've seen lots of teardrop sites,but yours gets
a blue ribbon !!!!! GREAT JOB.....AND THANKS AGAIN.
Hello from central Ma.This is the birthplace of the"smilley face"Starting to construct my Teardrop.Very helpful site. thanks
Have recently fallen in love with Teardrops
Stumbled across your page--it's great!
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