The Airstream: 1970 Ambassador—and a 22-foot 1957 Overlander and an 18-foot 1959 Flying Cloud, ready to restore. The Airstreamer: Albert Lewis, Nevada My Airstream style: My favorite way to enjoy my Airstream is on the road, from traveling to photograph for my dog books, teaching workshops and branding to animal shelters and rescues around the … Continue reading My Airstream Style
In just about six weeks Airstreams from all four corners of the country will descend on The Mothership—the Airstream factory where your trailer or coach was built by hand—for the seventh annual Alumapalooza. It’s always a party to remember. Those who’ve attended multiple times know that each Alumapalooza is different, and this year something special … Continue reading Quick News
When Airstreaming author Tom Schabarum married partner John last summer, they celebrated with a trip to the Oregon Coast—a great destination for Airstreamers, sightseers, honeymooners, and dog lovers. Tom shares some memories, tips for visiting, and his fabulous photos of the adventure. Why did you choose the Olympic Peninsula? “We wanted to save our real … Continue reading ‘Streaming the Olympic Peninsula
There are four things that absolutely kill Airstreams: water damage, neglect, accidents…and severe hail. If you are a careful owner you’ve already got a copy of Airstream Life’s (Nearly) Complete Guide to Airstream Maintenance and are following the procedures described in it to keep your Airstream in good condition. That will eliminate water damage and neglect … Continue reading Oh, hail!