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A Friendly Chat With A Stranger

I had just driven for an hour down a windy mountain road in New York State, very focused, happily singing. It was about 10 a.m. and I decided to stop for some breakfast before hitting the Interstate that would take me home. The diner looked old-fashioned. So appealing and welcoming. I walked in and sat on a stool at the counter. It was long and empty, so I randomly took the second one from the end. The low-key waitress poured my coffee and handed me a menu. Once I’d ordered my eggs and toast, an elderly man came in and

Top 10 Road Trip Tips

“Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” – Mary Ritter Beard We here at Airstream love all kinds of road trips, big or small! Whether you hit the open road to visit beautiful landmarks, embark on new adventures or simply to spend time with family and friends, we have some tips that will help you! Check out our top 10 tips for the perfect road trip: Be a smart packer! When it comes to clothes, less is more. You don’t need a ton

How To Go Camping With Your Dog

We here at Airstream love it when man and man’s best friend get out and Live Riveted together! Mallory McMorrow, Contributing Design Editor for Road&Track online recently embarked on an adventure with her three-year old rescue pit mix, Detroit. Read her top tips on how to go camping with your dog below: There’s a reason dog is man’s best friend. Our favorite spunky four-legged fur balls make every adventure better. But like any new experience, hitting the road with your dog for the first time can be a challenge. My boyfriend and I adopted our girl Detroit a mere five days

My Little Penny Trail

A penny here. A penny there. For the longest time I rarely noticed them. Our society mostly views them as worthless annoyances. But about 10 years ago while embarking on a spiritual journey, trying to figure out what to do after a layoff and feeling disconnected from the gifts at my core, I read a bit about abundance. More importantly, the abundance mindset vs. the one that keeps us in a place of lack. It was about seeing value, appreciating all that makes us rich. Something at that time prompted me to start picking up pennies. If I could see

Best Beach Campgrounds and RV Destinations

Summer is the time for sun, sand and fun at the ocean. Every adventure is different, but when the beach is involved, you’re guaranteed a good time. One of our favorite ways to road trip is by heading to RV resorts near a beautiful beach. We touched base with Encore & Thousand Trails RV Resorts and Campgrounds to hear about some of the best beach campgrounds in the nation. The span from east to west, and north to south, but one thing remains constant: you’ll surely Live Riveted at any of these spots! Check them out here: Pacific Dunes Ranch RV

Orange County Register features Airstream Experience

Odds are you remember your first trip in an Airstream, probably quite vividly. It’s hard to forget the anticipation—and the tinge of nervousness—of trying something new, the thrill of going on an adventure and the excitement of getting to camp out in an Airstream! That’s what Susan Carpenter from the Orange County Register experienced when she got to take the Airstream Sport out on a full-weekend trip. She details the event in her article “A fun-filled weekend getaway” featured earlier this month. As you may expect, she began her first trip with an Airstream with a bit of uncertainty. She

Deep Freeze Gives Way to Sunny Perfection

It was only about four months ago that I was on the brink of letting out a primal scream over the icy polar vortex we were treated to in the Northeast. At that point my greatest longing was for ice-free sidewalks and roads and a magic wand to take away the seemingly endless piles of snow. This all came roaring back to my consciousness when a friend recently posted on Facebook a flashback photo of snow weighing down tree branches. Oh my. Lovely in its own way, but whew and good riddance. Funny how that visual put me in a

Travel and Treasure

Whether it’s a road trip or a flight to another continent, of course one of the smart things to do when traveling with another person is to assess compatibility for that particular destination. What is the goal? Fine dining? Ultra-casual eats? Not moving off a lounge chair? Sightseeing galore? I live riveted to what I call treasure, so for me there will likely be some form of hunt happening when I plan a getaway. It can be solo or with another. I’m not necessarily talking about conventional shopping, although sometimes that’s fun. I’m thinking of something more in line with

Miranda Lambert’s ‘Platinum’ Lifestyle

“Sometimes I wish I lived in Airstream homemade curtains, lived just like a gypsy.” — Miranda Lambert, “Airstream Song” Spunky country star Miranda Lambert has not been quiet about her love for Airstreams. Her album Revolution, which was released in 2009, featured a song called “Airstream Song” that included the lyrics above. However, that was just the beginning of Miranda’s public love affair with Airstreams. On her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour in 2010, Miranda added a new component to her caravan—a 1954 Flying Cloud Airstream! The trailer was custom designed and renovated by The Junk Gypsy Company, a

Kicking Off July with a Patriotic Flair

“Bye, bye, Miss American Pie…” “Living in America…” Not exactly in the patriotism songbook, but these are the USA-centric songs that blared from the speakers at a bar near my home as an enthused packed house waited for the World Cup match between the United States and Belgium to begin. Pretty impressive rowdiness for 4 o’clock on a Tuesday afternoon. A connector like no other. The music moved into “we will rock you” mode, and the action began. The U.S. eventually lost, 2-1, in extra time after a scoreless 90 minutes. It was worth the two-plus hours just to watch