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Old 01-07-2012, 11:17 AM   #197
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I have always thought that the AIR FORUMS was a good source of information for updates, how to, cost effective alterations, choice of materials, etc, etc,.
The title of the thread is too ambiguous and needs to be renamed to possibly -- Sex in an Airstream Fantasies.
What I see on this thread is BRAGGING AND DREAMING, a bit of HUMOR, and not much realistic or practical useful information. ( although, it makes a good review of all brands of items and equipment used in RVing)
Maybe we should direct this thread to something more about tips on renovations/alterations (hard and soft), lifestyle/fitness, (before and after) that have proved successful, and might help make more AIRSTREAM LIFESTYLE STORIES that everyone likes to hear.

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Old 01-07-2012, 11:22 AM   #198
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What I see on this thread is BRAGGING AND DREAMING, a bit of HUMOR, and not much realistic or practical useful information.
In other words, pretty much a typical Airforums thread, right?
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Old 01-07-2012, 11:27 AM   #199
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You got it!
I realize it is the slow season "outside" for most RV'rs.
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In other words, pretty much a typical Airforums thread, right?


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I'll take this thread any day of the week for a little break from the norm. If you don't like it, don't read it. Smile a little, relax!!
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On the Airstream itself, why do you think they put stabilizers on there?
And did away with the whip antennas?
Whip antenna? How barbaric!

For my money, you can't beat good honest leather.

(Some years ago the proprietor of a local tack shop confided with a smile that she sold more riding crops than there were horses for hundreds of miles around. . .

And that was long before you could by them on Amazon, for Pete's sake!

Amazon.com: riding crop )
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No wonder the aluminium interior is popular and there is such an interest in replacing rivets! (shaved or otherwise)
"Spy Camera With RemoteThis spy camera lets you record high quality undercover videos wherever you go and without anybody knowing the better. That's because the spy camera is actually hidden and the extremely small pinhole lens is hidden within a rivet! So even if people are looking directly at it, they still won't be able to notice the extremely hidden video lens! "
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Hmm... Looks like this thread has finally fallen off the portal page. Is everybody out following some of the suggestions here?
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I was to do a walk through on a new Airstream with a middle aged couple. I looked all over the place, and couldn't find them. I went into the Airstream, and found them trying out their new bed. I've since learned to knock on the door before entering any trailer on the lot, and they learned to lock the door...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^best post to this point.
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This thread took off like wildfire! It's cracking me up!!!! I have a feeling it will stay on the front portal page for awhile.
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Maybe we should direct this thread to something more about tips on renovations/alterations (hard and soft), lifestyle/fitness, (before and after) that have proved successful, and might help make more AIRSTREAM LIFESTYLE STORIES that everyone likes to hear.
1. Have a supply of drugstore items for your guests to save on extra trips to the closest Walgreens. Be sure it includes any items young couples may need to prevent unplanned... results.

2. Some velcro is useful for keeping your favorite bottle of, um, massage oil from sliding around the bedroom while on the road.

3. If you travel in many jurisdictions, nylon climbing webbing (available at REI) is less likely to raise the eyebrows of law enforcement, customs, etc., than handcuffs. If you're bad with knots they make buckles and stuff.

4. When stopping for a brief, um, nap, be sure to wrap the safety chains over the trailer hitch so they don't rattle if the trailer should rock for any reason.

5. In most trailers there's at least one drawer in the bedroom with extra space behind it that can be used for storage of any items that might offend the sensibilities of any inlaws.

6. Place Byam hooks in strategic locations throughout the trailer. They're good for all kinds of things.

7. A well stocked trailer includes an extra set of sheets, so give the kind folks at AB lifestyles a call.

8. A wide variety of literature is available on Kindle for ease of portability.

9. Word to the wise: The shower massager is great but the water heater is only good for 4 minutes.

10. Bring extra flashlight batteries so you don't have to sacrifice.
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9. Word to the wise: The shower massager is great but the water heater is only good for 4 minutes.
Oh come, now. (As it were.) Why do you think the on-demand tankless water heaters have been so popular?
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8. A wide variety of literature is available on Kindle for ease of portability.
A wide variety of literature or more pictures than words, if needed, may be found on your smart phone... there IS an app for that!
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