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O is for Ohio

Today, we continue on with our ABC’s of Airstream series, and when we came to the letter O, we knew we had to share about the great state of Ohio! Why Ohio, you ask? Ohio is the home to Airstream headquarters and the factory where each travel trailer is created! Read on to learn a bit more about the history of Airstream! Wally Byam constructed the first Airstream trailer in 1929! What started out as a tent contraption built on a Model T chassis ended up as a teardrop-shaped permanent shelter, complete with a stove and ice chest. The towable

On Empowering Creators

It is like a whisper coming out of Catherine Howard’s mouth. “I live riveted to this idea of tenderness,” she says. We are well into our telephone interview. I think I gasp. “If we can find new ways to have tenderness toward each other it can change the world,” she says. “We’re taught ‘get ahead,’ but I don’t see it as a way to live happy lives.” Almost radical, yes? I dig into this idea of tenderness. Such a gentle, beautiful word. When did it come to the forefront for her? “Over two years ago, in Zimbabwe,” Howard says. She

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

Pallotta Family Adventure

Today we want to introduce you to the Pallotta family! Comprised of Ty, Robyn and their two sons, Ty and Carson, they are a New Jersey family that has embraced the Live Riveted lifestyle wholeheartedly! Ty is an award-winning tattoo artist who has owned his own studio since 2004. Robyn helps manage the tattoo studio but also owns her own business, an organic juice bar and cafe. The family loves to travel and loves the concept of adventure, so they started thinking of how they could embark on a family adventure to experience all the U.S. has to offer. We

Chris Morgan’s Airstream Adventure

Chris Morgan is an ecologist and conservationist with a passion for our planet, wildlife and the Live Riveted lifestyle. For the last five years, he has been hosting TV shows for PBS Nature, the BBC and National Geographic. Most of his work revolves around large carnivores, with a focus on the bears of the world. The places the animals he studies live in are pretty wild, so for Chris, that is why the animals are worth understanding, appreciating and protecting! In the past, he has hosted shows about bears in Alaska, Siberian Tigers in Russia and Sumatran orangutans. Chris is