“I don’t think Airstreams come with enough reflectors to be safe,” said John Irwin, seminar presenter at a recent Alumaevent. “One night I went to a meeting in my neighborhood, when my Airstream was parked in front of my house. Afterwards, I walked up the street towards the trailer and I realized that I couldn’t … Continue reading Be seen!
Airstreamers at Alumafandango picked up some energy-saving power usage tips from seminar leaders who provided answers to a variety of power resource questions. Solar power, shore power, generator backup…the configurations are as varied as the number of rigs on the road, and the answer to most power questions is “it depends”. While each Airstream is … Continue reading Power Source Tips
If you’re an Airstreamer, high five — that means you’re also a member of the growing “small house movement”, the architectural and lifestyle trend that advocates simple living in smaller spaces. Those who tow the tiniest coaches enjoy fuel economy and almost unlimited campsite flexibility, but they also sacrifice advantages (like wall space for decor … Continue reading Tips for Tiny Trailers
The Airstream educational seminars at Alumafandango last week were excellent, thanks to the many expert presenters. Among them were Thom Locke, Airstream Service Center Director at event sponsor George M. Sutton RV. Alumafandango attendees benefitted from Locke’s extensive insider knowledge of all things about Airstream maintenance. Here now—in an Outside Interests exclusive—we share with you … Continue reading Thom’s Top Tips