|Sleeping Capacity||2 – 5|
|Exterior Length||31' 3"|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/AC||9' 9.5"|
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This article is part four in a series about Wally Byam’s Creed. Wally Byam was a proud man. In Airstream, he went beyond just creating a product: he created a lifestyle, connecting people to a life of travel adventure and new friendships. He wrote down his Creed, which has been recorded and adopted by generation after generation of Airstreamers. The part of his Creed I’ll talk about today follows: To encourage clubs and rallies that provide an endless source of friendships, travel fun and personal expressions. First came the Airstream. Next, Wally Byam led his Caravans, far and wide. Then Airstream
Kate Cohen once had a ceramics teacher who would have students select their best pieces and take them to a long hallway. Then they’d mow their creations down with a bowling ball. “They would smash into pieces,” Cohen says in our recent interview. I gasp. “It taught us nothing is precious,” Cohen says. Ah, now I understand. The idea of art is to go beyond what’s precious. “Otherwise you’ll only go so far,” she says. “That means no growth.” The 61-year-old self-employed artist knows something about growth, and for that matter, what it means to be an artist, to live