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Ever since I was nine, when I built a seven-story tree house next door to my home in Mammoth Lakes, I’ve been reusing old stuff and making it usable a
[See the full post at: https://hofarc.com/airdream/]
Have you ever heard of the Grand Daddy Hotel in Cape Town – their rooftop has an air stream park – they call it the air stream penthouse park http://www.granddaddy.co.za/sleep/airstream_rooftop_trailer_park/
Great ideas and I could easily see someone doing that in the US – or anywhere for that matter
Just read the LA Times article and shared it with friends : ) My Dad had an Airstream when I was little and I plan on having one of my own one day.
We have “downsized” as well. Sold the big house and 95% of the stuff in 2009, went from 2 cars to one, and now house and pet sit all over the US. I love our new lives!
What you have done with your Airstream is so inspiring! I am going to “like” your fb page and check out your blog now : ) Thanks for sharing your story,
Really want to see pictures of that 7 story tree house…
Me too! I think they may be locked away deep in the family vault 🙂 I’ll see what I can do.
I stumbled-upon this blog and I am loving what you did to the air-stream. Amazing, amazing, amazing. Keep up the baller remodeling and designing!
Perfect! I have seen many renovated Airstreams and I drool at the sight of your hard work and vision. Clean, bright, simple, and warm! I want to copy exactly what you have done (but of course I won’t). I have just purchased a 76 sovereign 31′ and cannot wait to get started.
Knowing that weight is an issue, how much did your airstream end up weighing in the end? Do you exceed the limit when fully loaded (water, clothes, people)?
Thanks so much for the inspiration, your design is truly amazing!
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