|Sleeping Capacity||2 – 5|
|Exterior Length||31' 3"|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/AC||9' 9.5"|
When you’re a child, your parents invent a world for you full of holiday magic. Christmas trees, Santa Claus, neatly wrapped presents. Some families familiarize you with the sacred aspects of the holiday, what it truly celebrates: the birth of the Christ Child. Music is fully ingrained as part of the season. “White Christmas,” “O Holy Night,” “Hark! The Harold Angels Sing,” “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer,” and more can be heard on the radio, at fully-decorated department stores, and just about anywhere else you can imagine. It can be hard to escape the festive cheer.
When you get to know Wally Byam as I have, you will see, if you wish, the adult child. He loved gadgets. He loved War Surplus stores, and wandering the aisles looking for “goodies.” And when he traveled to Europe, he never passed up a chance to see the construction and hardware in European trailers, looking for a new latch or floorplan.
WOW! AWESOME! BREATHTAKING! UNBELIEVABLE! Here is a picture from the early 1930’s from a negative that has not been printed since it was first used in Airstream advertising.
52 years ago, Eastman Kodak documented their plans for the Kodak Pavilion in New York City. The year was 1963. World’s Fair crowds gathered under the tower, where giant prints were on display for all to see, visible from all around. But where did those photographs come from?