One week to Alumapalooza!
Attendees, be sure to check out your Get Ready Guide! It has critical information about how to prepare, how to arrive, and what to pack—like the ingredients you’ll need to participate in the Dutch Oven Cooking seminar. (All registered attendees received their Get Ready Guide via email on May 16; let us know if you didn’t: 813-200-8877.)
Online registration for Alumapalooza 7 is now closed, but walk-in attendees are welcome; simply register when you arrive at the event site at the Airstream factory in Jackson Center. Sign up at the registration tent on Tuesday 5/31 and Wednesday 6/1. Coming later in the week? Just find a “Dirty Orange” (APZ staff member in a bright orange shirt) for assistance.
In the Airstream Life Store
We now have the new upgraded version of the Megahitch Lock “Coupler Vault”, which is called the Megahitch Lock PRO. You can read about the differences here.
The old version has been discontinued, but a few for 2″ tow balls remain in the Airstream Life Store (at a lower price).
The Megahitch is heavy—but everything in the Airstream Life Store now ships for FREE!
Links You’ll Like
“The Uyuni Salt Flat in Bolivia is one of most intimidating landscapes on Earth…to exist for days in the center—without seeing anything save a brilliant blue horizon and empty white Earth—your only choice is an Airstream.” Amazing luxury adventure available through Cox & Kings tour company.
Can’t make it to Bolivia this year? Another AutoCamp, the boutique Airstream campsite in Santa Barbara, will open further up the California coast in Sonoma County. Luxury Airstream accommodations on the Russian River.
Peek inside the “Volley Trolley”—the 1982 Airstream MoHo used by UNCW beach volleyball coach David Fischer.
French “Tinystream” home pays homage to the vintage Airstream trailer. (Except it’s made of wood.)
“How to live on the road in an Airstream without losing your job.” A writer rented an Airstream for a week and fell in love with the lifestyle and Artemis, his 2014 Flying Cloud.
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