|Sleeps Up To||5|
|Exterior Length||31' 3"|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/ AC||9' 9.5"|
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Bikethe14ers was born out of a desire to explore the world further on our mountain bikes; to get into wild places that might have never seen a bike. As ski mountaineers, our winter adventures usually start with studying a map, dreaming up potential routes, imagining and preparing. That sense of imagining an adventure with an uncertain outcome, forming a plan to increase the odds of achieving it, and then stepping out the door unsure if we’ll attain the goal but positive that we will find a new experience, is what makes us feel most alive. So we decided to try
This article is the twelfth and final part of a series about the Airstream Caravan in Europe. To read additional entries, click the links at the end of this entry. Years later, when I learned the African Caravan was in need of an advance scout, I asked Wally if he would consider me for the position. He did, and I worked from July 1959 to April 1960. Why did I go to Africa? Very simple: to return to Europe and visit those cities I enjoyed in 1956, and to see the part of Europe I missed before I arrived. So simple. Something