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A Stampede of Color and Design

The naysayers will try to convince you there is no value in hanging out on Facebook or engaging in Twitter, but I pooh-poohed that in 2009 when Facebook was the connector for a fabulous trip to Italy. While that’s an outsized example of what social media can do, I get so many ideas from scrolling my timeline and seeing what people are up to. That’s how I happened on my cousin and her husband visiting The Stampede Outdoor Art Exhibition in Hopewell, N.J., which is actually 68 hand-painted oxen placed in locales all over the suburban town. My 11-year-old niece seemed

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

Day Trippin’, Yeah

If the rumor is even remotely true that the Northeast is in for another whopper of a winter, I am feeling the pressure to get out and about while the going is good and the roads are clear. Last year it felt like we were living in ice caves for a while there. This time around – who knows? I’m taking early weather predictions on the dire side as an excuse to load up my calendar with day trips now. Nancy the Explorer, open to going all points two hours north, south and west from her New Jersey home (east

Best Halloween Festivals

Fall is an awesome time of the year all over the country.  From fright nights to harvest festivals, states hold a variety of seasonal events perfect for a fall adventure.  We wanted to find the best of the best for Airstreamers both on the road and at home.  Check out these 5 festivals for a great way to Live Riveted this fall: -In the haunting town of Salem, Mass., The Salem Witches’ Halloween Ball is the main of event of the city’s Festival of the Dead.  The town is infamous for its Salem witch trials and attracts visitors from all

Transported by a Festival

The smell of kettle corn is in the air. One of the fun things about living in an urban environment is proximity to not just restaurants and stores but events like concerts, literary readings and festivals. And by proximity I mean walking distance. As it happens, I live a few short steps from my town’s main drag, so our recent Arts and Music Festival seemed like a great time to transport myself to a world where others’ creativity is on display. To boot, it was a chance to have a few friends to my place for mimosas and a little

An Airstream Family Vacation: On the Computer!

Love technology and Airstreams? Then we have a new game just for you! This new computer game will immerse you in a Live Riveted adventure every day of the week! Airstream has partnered with Ends in Four Games to have the classic Silver Bullet travel trailer included in a new video game called Family Vacation 2: Road Trip. The Simmons family, featured in the first Family Vacation game, is hitting the open road once again on a hidden-object adventure, only this time they are traveling in the classic style of their modern Airstream camper! “The addition of Airstream and their

Organization Tips While on the Road

Did you know that the first week of October is “Get Organized Week?” In celebration we have decided to bring you some helpful tips and tricks to stay organized while on the road. The Live Riveted life should be a life filled with adventures and memories- not clutter! And when you are spending weeks, months or a year at a time in your Airstream, simplicity is key! See below for a few of our top organization tips: -Cleaning Supplies: While having a tidy Airstream is a great thing, we have come to realize that all that cleaning gear can be

Letting Curiosity Lead the Way

I’ve enjoyed a picnic at the beautiful, sacred Newark Indian Burial Mounds in Newark, Ohio. I’ve had a spot-on ice cream sundae at the Cow Palace in Shelbyville, Indiana. I’ve visited the storied Santuario de Chimayo in New Mexico. All wonderful experiences. All asides to trips planned for other reasons. In other words, none of those was a destination, but each one made me richer in my travel life, in my whole life. I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately about how best to travel, how smart and cool it is to do non-tourist-y things or how a bucket

A Live Riveted New England Adventure

There’s no doubt we love a good road trip. From the east coast to west, north to south, Airstreamers and adventurers thrive on road trips to the best and most unique destinations across America. With fall right around the corner and amazing colors and cooler temperatures coming, we teamed up with Roadtrippers to bring you the best New England road trip out there. Here are a few highlights from the trip, but to get the full adventure, check out the entire road trip at the link below! White Horse Tavern in Newport, Rhode Island: This historic tavern has been featuring farm to

Inspiration from the Sea

I am fixated on a seashell. Really. The best I can figure, it’s the weight of it that has captivated me. It’s heavy. Much thicker than any shell I’ve ever picked up on any beach in the 40 years or so that I can recall collecting them. My most recent adventure is a solo one — a week at the beach in the offseason in New Jersey. The idea is to give space to my thoughts and do some reading and writing. Part of what helps me in my creative flow and overall health is walks. Upon arrival at the