|Sleeping Capacity||2 – 5|
|Exterior Length||31' 3"|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/AC||9' 9.5"|
How can anyone not enjoy an open fire and the companionship of “Man’s Best Friend” while traveling through this great country in your Airstream. This photograph was taken in the Shenandoah National Park during a trip in early fall of 2014. Black bear and deer meandered through the campground while a very vigilant Schipperke by the name of Bailey “protected” the family. Airstreams and dogs definitely go together and it takes those Airstream experiences from ordinary to extraordinary.
My husband and I love finding out if the way places to camp and enjoy peace and solitude. We think of this as our deserted island. Pic was taken at Lake Pleasant , Arizona. Shoreline camping.
Here is a pic of my 63 flying cloud . As far as an activity that allows me to live rivited … Living in the trailer enables me to liverivited full time- just wish my health and finance allowed me to go to tuscon , what with the gas at 1.80 down there But it will be May by the time it all melts and I can move,. So far I have been down to 18 below zero with a 45 mph wind for 24 hrs , I would say about 4 ft of snow in the past 3 wks
My husband, myself and our 3 westies, Chester, Cooper and Chloe travel all over the Mid-Atlantic with our 1963 Bambi, named “Ethel”. We prefer state parks to relax and enjoy life! No better way to travel!
We took a trip up to Sugarloaf, WY, in 2014. Not counting our trip to Yellowstone, this was our first WY camping trip. When we arrived we were blown away by the scenery of the Snowy Range. There are trails all around the area, 102 lakes to fly fish in, and lots of moose to take pictures of. At night the stars were so bright that we were overwhelmed. While we were out taking Milky Way pictures, we spotted a fire ball that lit up the entire valley! We are heading back in 2015 during the Perseid meteor shower and
Always love doing a photo shoot when my girls come home to visit. I have a small farm in S.W. Michigan. One of my favorite photos- it represents so much of what I love in my life- my family, my farm, my freedom and my Airstreams! This year is my year to hit the open road!
My friend Amy and I were on our way to Latitude Festival in Suffolk, England in July 2014. We’d had a stressful departure and left late which meant we had to stop off for a night on our way. Amy found a tiny site on a farm where we pitched to break the journey. It was a beautiful tranquil summer’s evening in the middle of the English countryside and we were the only people there. To finish the picture a rainbow appeared. All the stress just vanished. This photo reminds me of the start of a really special weekend with
In January 2014, after attending the Canopener Airstream rally at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, Florida, we stopped for a few days at the Ho Hum RV Park. This campground has ten sites located directly on Apalachicola Bay near Carrabelle, Florida. This photo of the sunrise over the water, reflected on the side of our 2008 Airstream Safari 27FB, was taken the morning of January 16, 2014. The view, at this location, from the rear dinette in our 27FB Airstream is spectacular.
A new home and a new Airstream in the same year! We do like to take our Airstream on trips, but even before we moved to a new home, once our 19ft International Airstream arrived in June 2014, we would camp out overnight in our backyard when the weather was nice. Now at the new home, arrangements were made (privacy fence was opened and concrete was poured) to accommodate our Airstream just beside the pool making it our own pool house/ guest cottage and an extension of our home.