Millennial here, born in 1984 with two young boys and millennial wife. We do a lot of boondocking in the mountains, whether we are solo or with family and friends. We also go to the beach frequently and use state parks. Most of our family including extended families have trailers; however, I am he only Airstream in the bunch.
We have dirt bike, warm water kyaks, and I am trying to teach my family all to ski with the hopes they can join me on the mountain soon. We haven't ever used the Airstream for a ski trip however.
I am an avid waterfowler and use the trailer to camp for time to time near the marshes and rivers. Although, limited in time for big game hunting we still join our various friends and families hunting parties when we can or when we have tags.
For the last two years we have made big summer trips to National Parks and this year some of the BC Provential parks. We have a new truck so we are going farther and longer this last summer. We like to hike and swim a lot on those trips.
We make the annual Oregon Waterfowl Festival and camp on the grounds of Columbia County. It is the third weekend of June and we are adding Elk hunting vendors and a calling contest to the event, son of you are a hunter and have the time come camp with us. Along with all the SOBs There is always our Overlander and also a great old couple who have to choose between three different vintage models to bring for the weekend; he also does custom sign painting that is out of this world!
We joined WBCCI late this year and haven't been able to make any of the rallies work, but I am excited about the unit's boondock challenge and also the Pendleton Roundup.
I am sorry for being late to the thread, but that's us and our Airstream. Lots of camping and fun and hardly ever full-hooks. Unless we have to go to an event at a casino, which seems to be at least once a year since my grandfather is a resident at one