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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

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

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

E is for Elevation

“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.” – Barry Finklay, Kilimanjaro and Beyond The three highest mountains in the world, Mount Everest, K2, and Kanchenjunga, are not for the faint-hearted. Those who summit these peaks reserve the title of extreme thrill-seekers, expert adventurers or champion climbers. While many have successfully made the trek, a number have failed, which may cause you to stop and think, “Maybe mountain climbing is not for me.” However, you can get outdoors and experience some incredible hikes right here in the United States. Whether you consider yourself a novice explorer or an

Best Summertime Road Trips

Tomorrow is the first official day of summer, and we think the perfect way to celebrate is to share some incredible summertime road trips! School is out and the weather is warm, so now is the perfect time to round up family and friends and venture out into the great USA. Pacific Coast Highway: Have you ever wanted to take in the beautiful of California? If yes, then this trip is for you! This popular road trip offers stunning coastal views along almost its entire 1,000-mile route from California’s northern border to its southern boundary with Mexico. The two-lane PCH

Living Riveted in National Parks

National parks are some of the United States’ greatest treasures. In 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed the act that established Yellowstone as the nation’s first national park. Sequoia and Yosemite followed, both established as national parks in 1890. Today, a total of 84.9 million acres has been designated as national park land, which accounts for approximately 3.6 percent of all land in the United States. There are 58 different national parks in the U.S., and we at Airstream love that we have so many incredible national parks to visit. National parks allow us to take in our country’s beautiful natural

Live Riveted With Dad

Happy Father’s Day weekend! As many scan the shelves for the perfect tie to surprise dad with, we think celebrating him calls for a Live Riveted adventure instead. Whether dad enjoys golfing, fishing, hiking or simply going for a drive, we have found some great travel spots that will make this Father’s Day one to remember and one where we can show the men in our lives how much we appreciate them! Here are some travel ideas for dads who love… Fishing Lake Berryessa in Napa Valley, California, is a great family-friendly place to fish that contains cold and warm-water

An Expansive Concept of Home

I attended a wedding in Central Park recently. When the ceremony was nearly at its end, it began to pour. When it was over, knowing that hailing a cab in the rain is a longshot at best, I walked until I found a subway entrance and descended underground. When I emerged onto the street in Times Square a few minutes later, five blocks from where I needed to be, the rain was still torrential. I was already pretty wet despite my umbrella, so I ran the gauntlet of drenched Elmos, Batmans, tourists, and sailors in town for Fleet Week and

Feasting on the Pacific Coast Highway

There was a moment on my recent drive down California State Route 1, winding through the cliffs and curves of Big Sur, that I realized I was thinking about the expansiveness of the Universe while staring at the Pacific Ocean.  I’m used to gazing at the Atlantic Ocean from a beach chair on a sunny day. Jersey Shore, easy, chilling with the family. The horizon is always a clear line. It’s vast, but sky and water meet and it’s clear where one ends and the other begins.  Not so for the Pacific, at least from our elevated perch. The sky-meets-water