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  • "30FB Flying Cloud bunkhouse. Our 2 kids, dog, my wife and I – and the occasional cousins …"
    Ellery Curtis
    Ellery Curtis
  • "My 16′ sport “Coco”. Life on the road is amazing. New sights, sounds, people …"
    Trudy Moylan
    Trudy Moylan
  • "We just purchased our first Airstream. It’s a 24FB Flying Cloud and we love it. These 2 …"
    Marilyn Tuttle
    Marilyn Tuttle
  • "30 foot Classic – I just love the looks and comments. It’s perfect."
    Cathy Finley Hayes
    Cathy Finley Hayes
  • "Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."
    Wally Byam
    Wally Byam

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Why a Live Riveted Summer Makes the School Year Better

It’s hard to believe that the summer is quickly coming to a close. With an amazing summer behind us, the recent release of our 2015 Travel Trailer models and the addition of Quietstream, our conversations are abuzz with lots of exciting things. And with a new school year kicking off for many of our littlest Airstreamers and adventurers, we got to thinking about how a “Live Riveted” summer is the best way to spend summer break. However, the greatness of a Live Riveted summer doesn’t end when the school bus rolls around the corner. In fact, for many families, Live

My Life In Tomatoes

Anyone else high on the idea of visiting farmers’ markets? As in, feeling a rush when you see one no matter where in the world you are? Let’s file this under ‘simple pleasures.’ Here in the Northeast, we are in the thick of about a month-long window when tomatoes are beyond delicious. They became the star of a meal rather than playing their usual supporting role. They’re so good I have been known to cut up a juicy one and eat it as a snack, unfettered, leaving a puddle of red liquid in its wake. It’s hard to believe they

"Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."

Coast to Cactus

The San Diego Natural History Museum is in the process of installing a $9 million dollar exhibition featuring an Airstream!  Check out this article below from James Chute of U-T San Diego about how and why this Airstream is making its home in the San Diego Natural History Museum! The San Diego Natural History Museum  is installing a $9 million dollar permanent exhibition, “Coast to Cactus,” to complement its popular “Fossil Mysteries.” “They will take visitors from the geologic past through the ecological present to the issues that will concern us in the future,” said museum director Michael Hager. The exhibit

The Joy of the Overcast Day

It’s been years, over a decade actually, since I had any interest in sun bathing. Funny, because for a girl like me growing up in New Jersey, that obsession usually begins in adolescence. Whether we were driving to the Jersey Shore or sitting in a lounge chair in our suburban backyard, it was all about the cultivation of the almighty tan beginning every spring. Plans to “lay out” were our norm. Buying clothes that would “look great with a tan” was part of the summer ritual. When I was 18 I had a summer job as a cashier and I