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Old 03-10-2016, 06:02 AM   #15
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found a storage place. $115. a month..ouch! still looking. my son said I could put it in his driveway, last resort though. could cause ill feelings on the long term.

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Old 03-11-2016, 09:22 AM   #16
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found a storage place. $115. a month..ouch! still looking. my son said I could put it in his driveway, last resort though. could cause ill feelings on the long term.

Here's a thought- check out WBCCI for Airstream owners near you, some of whom may have plenty of space to store an Airstream of a fellow member. Dues for a year membership would be less than a month's rent, and, the WBCCI members may be more secure than a storage facility, where dozens of people come and go each day. Not only this, but theWBCCI folks are great camping companies, with great times, good food, and wonderful adventures to share! Welcome to Airstream ownership, and, safe travels to you. 5809 will be looking for your ear to ear grin out there!

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Old 03-11-2016, 09:42 AM   #17
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Nicole, I am so happy for you! You will love the luxury and the attention getting "cute factor" of Airstream ownership! Fellow campers just can't help themselves....they have to drop by and hear all about your new "baby"!

I'm trading my Bambi 16' sport in this month on an Airstream Interstate Grand Tour ext., 2016! I'm a perfect example of one who bought small and traded up till I found what I really want! (See my signature line below)! LOL!

I'm retired, senior lady, and realized as I camped, that I really need to have more conveniences so I don't spend my time doing "camp work", when I really want to get out there and see, do, experience.....and isn't that why we travel, anyway?!

Join in on our SOLO TRAVELERS CLUB thread. Sounds like you'll enjoy the interaction of fellow solo travelers. Get out there, travel safe, and make some fabulous memories!

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