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To place the great wide world at your doorstep for you who yearn to travel with all the comforts of home. To strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you to follow a rainbow to its end…and thus make your travel dreams come true.

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How To Go Camping With Your Dog

We here at Airstream love it when man and man’s best friend get out and Live Riveted together! Mallory McMorrow, Contributing Design Editor for Road&Track online recently embarked on an adventure with her three-year old rescue pit mix, Detroit. Read her top tips on how to go camping with your dog below: There’s a reason dog is man’s best friend. Our favorite spunky four-legged fur balls make every adventure better. But like any new experience, hitting the road with your dog for the first time can be a challenge. My boyfriend and I adopted our girl Detroit a mere five days

Wally and Jean-Pierre

A face-to-face meeting with tribal leaders, their rich culture, their customs, their unique dances, and beating drums were the highlights of the 1959 Airstream Wally Byam African Caravan. One of the places that had the largest impact on us was the Belgian Congo. Our guide, Jean-Pierre Hallet, took us to places the average tourist didn’t, shouldn’t, and even couldn’t go. Jean-Pierre, who was already familiar with the Airstream Caravan, attempted to have a Congoland USA developed in Kern County, California. The area would be a refuge for the pygmy peoples of this part of Africa, who were endangered by constantly warring factions

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