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    Dave O'Leary
    Dave O'Leary
  • "Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."
    Wally Byam
    Wally Byam
  • "Eddie Bauer 25FB. Gotta love the back hatch, fold up furniture, sunbrella fabric….all …"
    Joan Fedrigon
    Joan Fedrigon
  • "30FB Flying Cloud bunkhouse. Our 2 kids, dog, my wife and I – and the occasional cousins …"
    Ellery Curtis
    Ellery Curtis
  • "I love my International Sterling because it has such a clean simple look to the interior and …"
    Kristin Hansen-Mellish
    Kristin Hansen-Mellish

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H is for the History of Travel Trailers

What do you picture when you think of “travel trailers?” It is safe to say that you probably don’t imagine something that looks similar to a covered wagon. What would you think if we told you that’s exactly what gave birth to what you now know as the travel trailer? To learn more about the history of travel trailers, we go back to 1910 when early adventurers would place their tents on platforms on wheels to create the first tent trailers. At this time, most cars only reached 15 mph, so campers could even leave the tents on the platforms

An Airstream Memory: Meeting President Kennedy

We love hearing the incredible stories of Airstreamers from the past. We recently talked to John Armstrong, who shared about a moment from his childhood where he had the amazing opportunity to meet an American political icon. Read his story below for more! — My family lived in El Paso, TX which is about as far west as one can go in Texas. It’s a town written about in country western songs like Marty Robbin’s “El Paso” and is known for its Wild West gun fighters like John Wesley Hardin. There really wasn’t much going on there since it was a relatively small community of