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  • "Eddie Bauer 25FB. Gotta love the back hatch, fold up furniture, sunbrella fabric….all …"
    Joan Fedrigon
    Joan Fedrigon
  • "30FB Flying Cloud bunkhouse. Our 2 kids, dog, my wife and I – and the occasional cousins …"
    Ellery Curtis
    Ellery Curtis
  • "I love my International Sterling because it has such a clean simple look to the interior and …"
    Kristin Hansen-Mellish
    Kristin Hansen-Mellish
  • "My 16′ sport “Coco”. Life on the road is amazing. New sights, sounds, people …"
    Trudy Moylan
    Trudy Moylan
  • "Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."
    Wally Byam
    Wally Byam

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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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Wally Byam’s Portrait

In 1956, Airstream moved from their Main Street location in downtown Los Angeles to Norwalk, which was later annexed by the city of Santa Fe Springs. At that time, Wally Byam was leading the European Caravan. By the time he returned home, his company was already manufacturing in their new facilities. The main office and lobby had a small store and a receptionist. On the wall was a striking painting: a portrait of Wally Byam. It was painted by an Airstream employee named Marius Hansen and was based on a photograph that had been taken of Wally years before. It showed

On the Road with Music and Memories

The mixed CD that’s a compilation of music by “divas” begins with a tune by Billie Holiday. I am in the car with my mother and we’re driving to my sister’s house on a back road. She brightens at the idea that we’ve got this female vocalist vibe going. We chat a little, but then she realizes the tune playing is “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and she stops. “Is it Judy?” Mom asks over the noise of the wind coming in the windows on this gorgeous day. And then Judy Garland belts out the next line and Mom smiles. Judy’s

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