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Day Trippin’, Yeah

If the rumor is even remotely true that the Northeast is in for another whopper of a winter, I am feeling the pressure to get out and about while the going is good and the roads are clear. Last year it felt like we were living in ice caves for a while there. This time around – who knows? I’m taking early weather predictions on the dire side as an excuse to load up my calendar with day trips now. Nancy the Explorer, open to going all points two hours north, south and west from her New Jersey home (east

Best Halloween Festivals

Fall is an awesome time of the year all over the country.  From fright nights to harvest festivals, states hold a variety of seasonal events perfect for a fall adventure.  We wanted to find the best of the best for Airstreamers both on the road and at home.  Check out these 5 festivals for a great way to Live Riveted this fall: -In the haunting town of Salem, Mass., The Salem Witches’ Halloween Ball is the main of event of the city’s Festival of the Dead.  The town is infamous for its Salem witch trials and attracts visitors from all

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

Airstream Plant Expansion

The decade of the 1950s represented several milestones for Airstream, Inc. For one, it represented a time of Live Riveted adventure and exploration as founder Wally Byam led the first Airstream caravans outside American borders. It was also a period of significant growth for Airstream as it began to outgrow its factory in California. Then in July 1952, a new Airstream factory was officially established in Jackson Center, Ohio, where it remains today. Fast forward to 2014, and Airstream is facing a milestone similar to the one we faced in the early 1950s; as a result of growing demand, production

Transported by a Festival

The smell of kettle corn is in the air. One of the fun things about living in an urban environment is proximity to not just restaurants and stores but events like concerts, literary readings and festivals. And by proximity I mean walking distance. As it happens, I live a few short steps from my town’s main drag, so our recent Arts and Music Festival seemed like a great time to transport myself to a world where others’ creativity is on display. To boot, it was a chance to have a few friends to my place for mimosas and a little