July 31, 2015

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Trêk-À-Porter

4,000 miles. 15 designers. 11 days. 4 iconic cities. 1 Airstream. Trêk-À-Porter, a mobile pop-up, fashion odyssey, culinary tasting, art in progress and shopping extravaganza toured 4 iconic cities this summer– Miami, New Orleans, Nashville and New York City. From July 9-19, the Trêk-À-Porter team collaborated with 15 fashion and accessory designers, local food and liquor partners and artists to bring a one of a kind boho-chic experience to each city on the tour. In a time where the virtual world relates to every moment of people’s lives, Trêk-À-Porter wanted to bring the tactile sensory back to the creative industry by

Trip Planning Part Two

Earlier this week Ramona Creel shared with us her insight on trip planning via a computer, and today she is back on the blog giving some helpful tips as you plan your next road trip. On The Road Again The next step is to decide on a route. The good news is that you’ve got lots of choices, depending on your travel needs. Members of AAA can use the company website to create TripTiks® (that show the best route and possible road construction issues), view online TourBooks®, and have maps delivered directly to their door. (For the rest of us, online

Monica Bennett’s Oregon Summer Adventure

We are excited to introduce you today to blogger and Airstream adventurer Monica Bennett, who shares her non-stop adventures and culinary discoveries on the blog, Just 5 More Minutes! Check out her guest post below on a glimpse into one of her family trips to Oregon’s high desert. Year after year when planning our trips, we find ourselves turning to the lure of beautiful Oregon and all that this beautiful state has to offer. Countless scenic state parks, a dramatic jaw dropping coastline, fishing and crabbing to your heart’s desire are only just a few of the many places and activities we have

Jessie Kresa at Alumapalooza 6

Professional wrestler Jessie Kresa headed out to Jackson Center, Ohio a few weeks ago for Alumapalooza 6 to join in on the fun and promote her new line of barbecue and hot sauces! Today on the blog she is sharing a bit about her first Airstream rally experience- read on for more details.  Alumapalooza 2015 was my first Airstream rally and it definitely won’t be my last! Over 200 Airstreams gathered in Jackson Center, Ohio to celebrate the Airstream life and all things #LiveRiveted! Unfortunately I did not bring my International Airstream with me to Alumapalooza (I need a little more experience towing first),

Working On The Road

Have you ever dreamed of embracing the full-timing lifestyle, where you work, live, play and travel all from the road? Today, Airstream organizer extraordinaire Ramona Creel is sharing about balancing work and life in Airstream trailer!  I’ve been full-time RVing for nearly 8 years and self-employed for 18. Folks are always asking me how I make that work,  but it’s not hard at all! Turns out, entrepreneurship really suits this traveling lifestyle. I happen to have chosen careers that lend themselves well to a “virtual” environment. I organize/coach clients both locally and long distance, write, speak (live and via webinars/teleseminars),

Aha Moment Tour

We love getting to hear about the ways people use their Airstream trailers, and today we want to share how Mutual of Omaha’s Aha Moment Tour transformed an Airstream trailer into a mobile recording studio and now uses it to record “aha moments,” life-changing moments of inspiration of people all around the country! The 2015 Aha Moment Tour kicked off in Irvine, California, on May 4 and will visit 20 different cities in 20 states this summer. Locals in each city are invited to share their aha moments inside the 34-foot Airstream-turned-mobile television studio at each tour stop! One aha moment

Toaster Life

Dan and Toni are a  couple of lovebirds making their way throughout the country. They are both photographers and natural born adventurers and love the Live Riveted lifestyle! Quite the nomads, Dan and Toni struggle with sitting still for too long and are constantly yearning to learn new things, so buying an Airstream to travel the country with was the perfect life change for them.  Although they have admired Airstreams from afar for years and years, their 30-foot 2006 Airstream Classic is the first trailer they have owned. Simply stated from Dan, “We’re hooked now.” Read today’s blog feature to

Breathtaking Views

Summertime is almost in full swing, and we’re willing to bet you’re planning some scenic adventures for the next several months. With countless quintessential landscapes scattered across the country, how will you ever decide on an itinerary of action to see them all? Good news, Airstream’s got you covered! We’ve come up with ten of what we think is a geographical spread of some of the most stunning views out there. Wanderlust, commence. Everglades National Park, Florida As the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, Everglades National Park in southern Florida is unique in that unlike many other national

Ramona’s Airstream Travel Experiences

Our friend Ramona Creel been to some really unusual places and had a number of once-in-a-lifetime experiences while traveling in her Airstream! As everyone gears up to plan trips for the summer, we want to share a few of Ramona’s most memorable Airstream experiences. These stories are all included in her upcoming travel book, “Tin Can Travels: From Key West To Nova Scotia In An Airstream” — which will be out later this year. Swimming With A Sea Lion At Theater Of The Sea There are lots of “swim with the dolphins” programs around the country – but Islamorada’s Theater Of

Boomers Hit The Interstate

By Rich Luhr Nobody saw this coming: Airstream, a niche producer of classic aluminum trailers for eight decades, somehow became the Number One manufacturer of…of all things…diesel B-vans. These sharp-looking premium motorhomes defy all the assumptions about Airstream. They aren’t aluminum, they’re steel. They are motorhomes, coming from a manufacturer that has been known for its travel trailers. And they defy “common sense” by being the #1 sellers and yet the most expensive on the market, three years in a row. The Interstate now has 33.7 percent market share of the diesel class B segment. So who’s buying them? In