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Old 11-12-2006, 05:09 AM   #1
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November 11th, 2002; the story begins

4 years ago, day for day, I was in North Carolina to take away my new american toy, and what a toy; How wasit possible , at that date, it 'll be the beginning of a great story, a great adventure and a new way of life , just with a caravan... It's like a finger in the mechanic, it's becomen a passion and when i think, today, it's 4 years anniverssary, I can't believe it's only 4 years when i know how many time I've spent in this trailer , in restauring or simply appreciate this airstream life;

here is the story, from North carolina to France, 4 years ago:

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Old 11-12-2006, 06:57 AM   #2
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Gosh, Bruno, that is quit a blog you have. Much more than I would be able to even comprehend.
I, too, enjoy motorcycles along with my Airstream. Check my photos for pics of how I take them both at the same time.
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Old 11-12-2006, 11:23 AM   #3
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Waow !!!!

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Gosh, Bruno, that is quit a blog you have. Much more than I would be able to even comprehend.
I, too, enjoy motorcycles along with my Airstream. Check my photos for pics of how I take them both at the same time.
http://jhodge7.photosite.com/Album1/
Hi Steelbird;
What a lift and that seems really easy and securely.
Sure my method with the HD engine is always a bit risked and I always wear my helmet ( my wife wants I wear it ) when I do the operation.
when i do that in campground, it's like I was the star... all people are there with the camera... in case of i fall.
Your system is unique... may be it''ll be on the market soon ?
So what do you use to cover during the travel... i don't arrive to find something waterproof to cover the entire mc;
I have tried with my outdoor cover but the wind with the speed, 'll destroy it.
if you have an adress,

Thank you by advance.

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Old 11-12-2006, 01:50 PM   #4
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Bruno, I do not cover it while driving. I fear paint abrasion from dirty material flapping against it. When I arrive at my destination, then I clean it, and use my cover.
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