Yes, I am lucky. I figure I am getting more "bang for my Airstream buck" as a spare bedroom/driveway office.
An uninhabited AS can get awfully cold and damp in the winter. Another advantage to having it year-round and hooked to house power is the fact I can put a small electric heater in there and it staves off the cold/damp. Matter of fact, it keeps the trailer warm enough to sleep in w/o using the propane.
I know of another Airstreamer who keeps his trailer in a storage place which happens to be right across the street from his favourite cafe. He often tells his wife "I'm going outside to do a few things, dear", then sneaks off to his favourite cafe, orders something fattening that his wife refuses to cook for him, then retires to the Airstream for a nice long snooze. I would say he is getting a "good bang for his Airstream buck" too.
Glad you have found alternate storage arrangements that will give you more options. Not being able to go to your trailer w/o an appointment would be akin to having a loved one in hospital with limitied visiting hours.
Having it parked on a farm sounds nice. You could go there and have a little Airstream picnic.
Nice trailer and name.
All the best to you and the "Road Runner", and watch out for Wiley Coyote! He'll try to catch you on a hill!