Hi everyone. My wife Jean and I just purchased a new Airstream in May and have made several trips in it. We're both new to the r.v. world but are enjoying it immensely. We've taken a short trip from Hayward, CA to Paso Robles and then we've just returned from a longer trip to Montana and back. Everyone we met along the way has been great and while we choose to make short runs during the day, stay off the major interstates and set up camp early, we don't cover a lot of ground quickly but we sure relax and have a good time and as we're in no hurry, get to sleep in late the next morning and have a nice leisurely breakfast before breaking camp.
The Airstream is a great piece of equipment that we really appreciate and love. It's a pity however that the dealer we purchased it from (East Bay RV in Martinez, CA) is so dishonest and incompetent and lacks any skilled professionals familar with the Airstream line. It's further very disappointing that Airstream, Inc. supports these types of dealers, allowing them to represent their product in such a disreputable fashion. However, on a brighter note, I'm extremely fortunate enough to be blessed with the ability to fix anything their clowns can screw up. It just takes time, money and more time. Shame on Airstream, Inc. for not supporting their customers and honoring their warranties.
My apologies for the diatribe, but I just had to get that out. I'll whine no more.
Isn't it amazing how people are attracted to the Airstreams? How they try to crane their necks to get a look in or drop subtle hints to see inside? Sometimes I feel like a tour guide taking people through a little bit of Americana. Especially since Jean decked it out with all things '50's. It's her doll house and she had a ball with it.
Alright kids, that's all I know for now. Happy Trails!