30-foot 2016 International Serenity (“Importantly, it has the salsa interior.”)
Fulltimers Richard Szymanski and Tricia Aderholt, from “a UPS box in Orlando”, Florida
My Airstream style:
The Airstream seed was planted while at the Orlando Auto Show about ten years ago when the Tampa dealership had a DWR (Design Within Reach) on display. We got ours seven months ago and we have since traveled to fifteen states. Our goal is to soak in as much of our great land as we can. A month in New Orleans was not enough to experience all they have to offer. We’ll be back! There have been so many charming towns along the way, as we avoid the interstates as much as possible. We tried staying at a Pilot Truck Stop in Louisiana, but it’s not as glamorous as advertised. After too many summers in Florida, Maine is our place this year.
Our two papillons, Mac and Wally, love participating on our Airstream adventures.
Camper or glamper?
We are glampers and like to cook and grill outdoors. Thus, the Weber Smokey Joe is a picnic table staple. Just got our first outdoor rug, and it’s a hit!
A high speed internet connection is crucial. We need it for work, entertainment, and online shopping.
The ideal Airstream day:
Any day without a tornado is a good day for our Airstream. Seriously, any day when the windows and door are open is ideal. And there have been a lot of those.
App developers Richard and Tricia are currently writing the code for their new “Road Rivets” blog. Follow their Airstream “adventures in fine aluminum living” at roadrivets.com.