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How to Plan for Live Riveted Adventures in 2015

The New Year is upon us and there is no better time to begin thinking about what 2015 has in store and planning for adventure. Finalizing details from 2014, New Year’s resolutions, preparing for the fun of this year – there are many ways people kick off the start of January. This month, we touched base with Ramona Creel to hear about how she plans… for long Airstream trips. Now is the perfect time to begin thoughts about what Live Riveted adventures you will take this year. Perhaps these details from Ramona can help you. Q: What is the longest trip you’ve taken in

I’ve Been Meaning To…

For most of my adult life I’ve asked myself meaningful questions as one year comes to a close and the next arrives. Meaningful is a big deal in the world of me. I thrive in that thoughtful space. But the last few years I’ve also learned the importance of lightness, how it gives some nice balance to weightier goals. So now I try on questions like this one: What have you been meaning to do for a long time that you haven’t done? In my head, this isn’t asked with the intent of getting answers like ‘get a master’s degree’

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

Introducing: Winter Wednesday

Don’t let this winter weather keep you from living riveted! We are in the full swing of winter and we want to celebrate the season! How can you join in on the fun? Here’s how: We want to know how the Airstream community lives riveted and makes incredible memories during the winter months. Share your best winter pictures of your Airstream on our social media profiles and using the hashtag #WinterWednesday! Each Wednesday we will share some of our favorites and ask for more people to share their best winter adventures with us. Check out a few of our favorite

Thank You So, So Much

If you told me 20 years ago I would be listing all that I’m thankful for as my head hits the pillow every night, I’d have looked at you like you were crazy. Sure, I was grateful for some things in my life, but honestly I attributed most of them to my own hard work and boundless energy. I rarely stopped and counted my blessings. Now it’s like I can’t stop. All day long sometimes. The bird that lands on the bench where I’m writing. Grateful. The sunny day that makes me put my arms out in disbelief like I’m