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Three mode camping

As I'm trying to rig up the trailer, I think about camping in three modes: 1) Full hookups – water, electric, and sewer (and in some places, bonus services like free wifi and cable TV) 2) Partial hookups – water and electric (but no sewer) 3) Dry Camping (no hookups…

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Getting Connected

Since we have to work on the road most of the time (we run an internet-related business) one of the main things that enables us to use our trailer a lot is the a good internet connection.  If we have a good system for getting connected, we can do a…


Airstream Style

 Here's a quick picture of how the inside of the trailer is shaping up: Originally I was apprehensive about this much dark wood and brown, so before reupholstering the cushions, I thought I'd see what I could do with accessories first. I found this great George Nelson Ball Clock reproduction:…

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Saying goodbye

We pulled the old trailer up next to the new one for the big transfer of goods. In the space of twenty minutes or so, the objects of our entire mobile lives would be transported from the old vessel to the new. Our camping souls would be re-born in a…

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Trading Up

We traded in our 2005 22' Airstream International CCD for a 2010 27'FB Airstream International CCD.  We weren't really planning to upgrade right this second…we were out camping and dropped off our trailer at George Sutton for some tweaks and fixes and decided while we were there to check out…

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