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H is for the History of Travel Trailers

What do you picture when you think of “travel trailers?” It is safe to say that you probably don’t imagine something that looks similar to a covered wagon. What would you think if we told you that’s exactly what gave birth to what you now know as the travel trailer? To learn more about the history of travel trailers, we go back to 1910 when early adventurers would place their tents on platforms on wheels to create the first tent trailers. At this time, most cars only reached 15 mph, so campers could even leave the tents on the platforms

The Joy of Mulling Possibilities

When you’re not traveling, do you think about your next getaway? If the answer is yes, is it more like an open wondering or is there a list somewhere that you’re checking off destinations conquered? It’s a little of both for me. My list lives mostly in my head and it consists of things like a cross-country United States road trip, a train ride to Montreal, a journey to Monet’s home in Giverny and a myriad of European destinations. For the U.S. trip, I have gone as far as creating a list of states I’ve been to and noting the

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

How to Tailgate in Style with Your Airstream

Whether you are attending your favorite collegiate sporting event, exploring the great outdoors or visiting family, Airstream tailgates are a sure way to Live Riveted on the road.  However, we understand planning these events can be intimidating, even for the most advanced tailgater. For those who want some help getting started, check out these 5 tips and tricks on tailgating Airstream style: Most tailgates involve a lot of cooking (and even more eating), so be careful not to get caught without your utensils! One way to make sure you’re always prepared is to fill a toolbox with utensils and other

Confronting Lessons from a ‘Wide Load’

One recent morning I entered the New Jersey Turnpike from my town of Hoboken. Construction had cut the entry road to one lane, so I was three cars in back of a “wide load” trailer that was literally carrying an electrical tower strapped down. Big vehicle, to say the least. As we made our way up to 60 miles per hour and it went to two lanes, I estimated we were about a quarter mile from the toll booth where I would free myself from driving near this monstrosity. I figured I would take it easy until then. However, the