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Old 09-12-2012, 10:36 AM   #99
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One series was "Once Upon a Time" (no Airstreams yet), also looks a lot like the Pacific NW, although the script and props say it's Maine.
It is filmed in and around Vancouver, BC.
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It is filmed in Portland, OR and there are regular casting calls for extras locally.
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Old 01-06-2013, 05:55 PM   #101
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Not been on the forums for quite a while. Totally addicted to Grimm at the moment though. As we are in the UK we don't have access to season 2 (I got season 1 for Xmas) yet so I have kind of skipped through any threads that may have given stuff away - got to where Nicks girlfriend is in a bad way in Hospital and Hank is all freaked out.
We have a '69 Globetrotter that we are moving into full-time at the end of February. I wish there was as much space inside ours, we're going to have to get rid of quite a lot of things and store the rest in our workshop.
We tow ours with a Mitsubishi Shogun 2.8 diesel but really love the look of the Grand Wagoneer - not too many, if any around this part of the world.
We also have an old VW '72 bay window camper van which is the next project. How cool would it be to be able to tow the AS with that especially if we sprayed it silver......I think the whole vehicle would have to be full of engine!

Oh yes, also addicted to Fringe. What a small world.

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Old 01-06-2013, 06:04 PM   #102
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Mmmmm, love Grimm! Waiting for the all new season to begin in March.

Did you know you can watch episodes at NBC.com?


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Not been on the forums for quite a while. Totally addicted to Grimm at the moment though. As we are in the UK we don't have access to season 2 (I got season 1 for Xmas) yet so I have kind of skipped through any threads that may have given stuff away - got to where Nicks girlfriend is in a bad way in Hospital and Hank is all freaked out.
We have a '69 Globetrotter that we are moving into full-time at the end of February. I wish there was as much space inside ours, we're going to have to get rid of quite a lot of things and store the rest in our workshop.
We tow ours with a Mitsubishi Shogun 2.8 diesel but really love the look of the Grand Wagoneer - not too many, if any around this part of the world.
We also have an old VW '72 bay window camper van which is the next project. How cool would it be to be able to tow the AS with that especially if we sprayed it silver......I think the whole vehicle would have to be full of engine!

Oh yes, also addicted to Fringe. What a small world.

bye for now

Jules
What a small world, we are huge fans of Doc Martin in this household as well as Grimm. Any chance you can tow the Globetrotter down to Port Isaac for an episode or two? We just love the Cornwall coast scenes in Doc Martin.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:49 PM   #104
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Hi Dana & Olga,

Port Isaac is further North from us here in Falmouth and the lanes around there are extremely narrow so it would be quite difficult to get the Airstream too close to the village. will investigate possibilities. There are quite a few Airstreams in Cornwall though now scattered around mainly the larger ones that stay on sites for holiday makers. We chose a smaller AS as easier to tow in this Country with the tiny roads but quite a squeeze for full time living.
I have to laugh at the Cornish accents that the characters in Doc Martin put on, they sound nothing like the real thing! Of course the actors are all from London or similar. They do their best I suppose.
nice to hear from you

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I have to laugh at the Cornish accents that the characters in Doc Martin put on, they sound nothing like the real thing! Of course the actors are all from London or similar. They do their best I suppose.
nice to hear from you

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I was born from Cornish parents in Detroit. I had several Aunts and Uncles plus other Cornish immigants in our family circle. My visit to Cornwall several years ago was free from any problems from understanding what my cousins there were communicating. Can anyone say, 'Cornish Pasty'? No accent problem with that.

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Does the Cornish version include rutabaga? Anywhere I've found them in Michigan U.P. or Minnesota mining country, they always say that the original style includes rutabaga in the veggies. Great accompaniment in the daypack when x-c skiing!

There were a lot of Cornish miners brought in to work lead mines at Mineral Point, WI. They serve a lot of pasties at their annual CornishFest.

My wife discovered Grimm this fall. That Airstream is so wide that it can't be highway legal!
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Does the Cornish version include rutabaga? Anywhere I've found them in Michigan U.P. or Minnesota mining country, they always say that the original style includes rutabaga in the veggies. Great accompaniment in the daypack when x-c skiing!

There were a lot of Cornish miners brought in to work lead mines at Mineral Point, WI. They serve a lot of pasties at their annual CornishFest.

My wife discovered Grimm this fall. That Airstream is so wide that it can't be highway legal!
Our family Cornish pasty was (and still is) of beef, potatos, turnip, and onion. They can include anything that you want as they are a hot meal wrapped in a pastry to make the meal hand held. Soe are baked with a desert in one end. The miners kept them warm in pasty shaped lunch pails with a bottom compartment to hold hot stones to keep the pasties warm until dinner/lunch time. when they are baking in the kitchen or Airstream the smell is 'to die for'. I don't know about rutabaga other than my dad liked them.
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My wife discovered Grimm this fall. That Airstream is so wide that it can't be highway legal!
Reminds me of the old 60s Dodge (?) commercial jingle, 'Bigger on the inside, smaller on the outside'..........

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My husband 'a Cornishman' makes a suet based pastry for pasties and he marinates the meat,usually a bit of rump or skirt beef, in his favourite beer overnight.It won 2nd prize in our local Pastyfest competition.
I am not too good with making pasties, so stick to cakes instead.

At the beginning of Grimm they showed an elevated shot of the airstream being towed along the road and into Nicks driveway - I think that's where it was. Anyway the roof of that airstream looked more like Overlander sized. So lots of artistic license going on with exterior and interior. doesn't matter still enjoyed it immensely and can't wait for season 2. Does kind of make you think what people could really look like underneath if we were judged by our deeds and thoughts.
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Reminds me of the old 60s Dodge (?) commercial jingle, 'Bigger on the inside, smaller on the outside'..........

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I always associate that expression with the TARDIS!
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At the beginning of Grimm they showed an elevated shot of the airstream being towed along the road and into Nicks driveway - I think that's where it was. Anyway the roof of that airstream looked more like Overlander sized.

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I still feel strongly about this being a Globetrotter based on vintageairstream.com.

But with all the length and twice the width of a Western Pacific railroad coach.
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The airstream is definately a Globetrotter. You can see the 'plaque' by the door that says so anyway.
From the side and other eyelevel angles it is a Globetrotter.
But what I am saying is in the first scene when veiwed from above that airstream was definately at leasts 26ft long whereas Globetrotters are usually 19ft ( without the hitch ).
inside scenes? who knows.
by the way had to google 'rutabaga' - honestly a word I'd never heard before

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