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    Ellery Curtis
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    Cathy Finley Hayes
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    Trudy Moylan
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    Wally Byam
    Wally Byam
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    Kim Hildreth

Airstream’s Pledge:

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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The Airstream Community

Community: a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. A feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. While the Airstream community may not “live” in one specific place, there is a community that has grown across the country among Airstreamers. Community is an important and amazing thing. When you surround yourself with people who have similar characteristics, interests, and goals as you, you tend to find that “doing life” is a bit more enjoyable and full of great adventures. We recently released a new

Wally’s Creed, Part I

Airstream’s foundation can be found within the wheel ruts along the Oregon Trail. Wally Byam’s paternal grandparents came from Iowa, while the Biswells, his maternal grandparents, arrived from Missouri. Both families left their homes to find new lives in eastern Oregon. They endured hardships as they headed West and even still after settling in Baker City. Wally was born in 1896, on the fourth of July. There is no doubt that Wally’s patriotism was fueled by his being born on the fourth of July, but I believe it was simply a matter of fate he was born that day. As

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