So glad to see other people in their twenties here, although, I will NEVER maka a comment about the older folks in this forum. Anyway...
I think what you have done is fantastic. I am a painter, and my partner quit his job making high end draperies and upholstery to start out on his own. Now he's 41, but I've been pushing him since I met him almost three years ago. Point being, we have a lot of free time, and, well, I often live on credit. That way I can work on what I like, pursue (sp?) my dreams, and ambitions, and sell my house if I get into trouble.
We jumped on the chance to own an airstream a couple of weeks ago, and bought a second a week later. We want to rehab these beutiful babies on the side.
I don't know what my original point was, but i think it's great what you're doing. I hope to get accross the country before I go broke, or turn 30whatever comes first.
THis forum if so full of the best friends I beleive you will ever find. A few people have latched on to us, and have given us more valuable information than we would have ever have found anywhere else. Just when I think they are tired of all of our questions, someone comes through with the right answer, and a reasuring statement on the side.
I look forward to all that Airstreams will bring Tony and I, be it adventure, friends, memories, ( and hopefully a few bucks for the rehabs on the side.)
Last night instead of watching the super bowl, I created my first website, not bad for someone who is nearly computer illiterate...
check it out...we'd love to see some pics of your rig.
Good luck, and keep us all posted, there are so many of us that have to live vicariously through those that aren't snowed in, or stuck with rigs that need to much work.
Ron & Tony