|Sleeping Capacity||2 – 5|
|Exterior Length||31' 3"|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/AC||9' 9.5"|
First time Airstream owner of an 1994 Limited Classic. We spent a month upgrading & personalizing. Decided to take the bull by the horns & take it on our first trip close to home. We set out for our destination with lots of apprehension & fear. But hey you only live once. Our time was to take 1hour & 30 mins. We did really well getting out of our very small close knit town & out onto the highway. We got off the exit for our destination and headed up what was a slight grade that grew into a full
Our Airstream took us on a retirement adventure. Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and California. Over two months of memories seeing national parks and monuments. Life is good. Travel on.
In the beautiful Uintah Mountains in north eastern Utah, our family enjoyed the last Airstream adventure in mid-October. My husband and son returned with a deer early one morning while in the afternoon my Father-in-Law joined them to return with one of his own! Our Airstream comforted us among the early morning winds, rain, and eventually, snow. She was our main room for laughing late into the night. Our 2012 International Serenity has become our family member who brings great joy to our family here in the Uintah and Ouray Reservation. We look forward to more adventures and keeping our
We camped in our 25FB International Sterling, right on the edge of the lake at Starve Hollow State Recreation Area in Indiana. There were bald eagles flying past the hills of vibrant fall color, and the trip reminded us how much beauty we have right here in the midwest. Our new Airstream gives us the opportunity to see glorious things we would surely miss if we were still staying in hotels on vacation.
20th Anniversary Gift for my wife. Picked her up and went camping.
For the first time in my life my husband and I took a vacation in October. We parked our Airstream the “Casita de Lata Monica” (so named in part for the awesome business manager at CanAm RV in Ontario, Canada) at my good friend’s cabin on St. Joseph Island near Sault Ste Marie. We are relatively new to the ‘glamping’ world and we love it. Both the log cabin and our Casita exist in harmony.
It’s a work of love, but our ’62 Overlander is our pride and joy. There’s still a lot to do, but we were able to get out a few times this year before the end of the season. Here we are in Utah, enjoying perfect fall weather. Now we have until April 2015, when we’re booking for camping on the California coast!
Just returned from a week camping in VA and woke the next morning to look out my bedroom window at Sylvie at home framed in gold
Perhaps the best part about being an author and living in an Airstream is that everywhere I go on my book tour, I get to talk about my special living space. It’s a 1970 Airstream Sovereign, purchased for a song and re-done by my dad and I over the course of a year and a half. Although I still travel often for my book, my Airstream is my permanent home and she’s up on blocks these days. Or perhaps better stated, as we say in North Carolina, “Shoot the tires ‘n’ let ‘er sit.” It makes for a great home
this is the first year we are able to Rally in our 1952 Cruisette Airstream. We found this little jewel at the Sacramento State Fair Display. Asked if it was for sale, the rest was history. We took it home. Sat for a while, then started to restore. The outside was in almost perfect condition. We gutted it, laid new flooring, insulation, wiring, vents, cabinets and counter. Fridge and Propane fridge came with trailer. We started to go to rallies this year. It’s been fun taking our 1952 Willy and 1952 Airstream Cruisette that is 14’8″ from bumper to bumper,