|Sleeping Capacity||2 – 5|
|Exterior Length||31' 3"|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/AC||9' 9.5"|
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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
I am always amazed when I go through old files and uncover wonderful treasures that take me back to an earlier time, or provoke thoughts of how far Airstream has come since its early days. This time, it’s a photograph taken in 1984 of a very iconic trailer: a 1936 Airstream Clipper. A note attached to the photograph says it’s the prototype for Wally Byam’s Airstream Clipper models. There are many experts who can – and will – qualify this photograph. Over time, I’ve learned about the Bowlus, a predecessor of the Airstream trailer, as well as certain Airstream configurations.