We just visited our 1969 23' Safari for the first time in daylight. With a hand over our mouths...for the dead mice and a few dead former inhabitants...we toured the trailer and checked in all the closets and compartments and tried to get a ton of images of what we--first time airstream owners--could see.
Eli and I are about to head overseas for a month for work, and are looking to learn as much as we can about the work we have in store. I will have an indiscriminate amount of free time come mid-February, and am willing and able to take on a lot of the interior work--maybe even some of the exterior although I am quick to admit I know nothing about wiring, plumbing, propane, etc...Eli does, but he has a full time job, so I think a large portion of the undertaking will be mine.
I'm excited for this journey--and hope to learn as much as I can along the way!! I'm including all the pictures we've taken, and welcome any feedback ("Don't do it!" "That trailer is beyond workable!" "Oh, that's not so bad" etc.). Thanks in advance for any and all feedback!
Pictures of our Airstream:
Here on our Flickr