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Old 02-24-2005, 10:42 PM   #1
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View of the Airstream facilities from up above...

Lots of reflective stuff in the parking lots.

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Old 02-24-2005, 11:40 PM   #2
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That is way cool but I wonder how that 11 year old picture would look today. More reflective stuff in the parking lots and hopefully more buildings.

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Old 02-25-2005, 12:19 AM   #3
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The thing that caught my eye was to the left of the lower parking lot there is what looks to me like a dirt bike trail in the little field. The path leads to the backyard of the house below it. It's weird the patterns you can see from the air. What do you make of the three circular areas to the right, which appear to have trailers parked in them?
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The thing that caught my eye was to the left of the lower parking lot there is what looks to me like a dirt bike trail in the little field. The path leads to the backyard of the house below it. It's weird the patterns you can see from the air. What do you make of the three circular areas to the right, which appear to have trailers parked in them?
Stefrobrts,
Great question~!!
Those are what's known as the "terraport" of Airstream..
When you comin to visit the factory, this is where you put down for full hook-up~!
Very nice, ???
Also, this photo could be used as an tool for spotting,"where all those missing A/S disappeared to"...lol
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Old 02-25-2005, 12:39 PM   #5
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What do you make of the three circular areas to the right, which appear to have trailers parked in them?
I think those are the designated areas for taking your new trailer and doing dounuts! Back up everybody... Woohooo!
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I'll have to check out Punta Gorda from space.
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I been lookingat that site off and on for the last couple years. In the last few month new COLOR shots have shown up from 2002 for my area. It takes a long time to process them. New shots may show up soon for there as well.

Here is a 02 shot of my house. The red is the out line of the house and the green is where my drive is. Most of the trees are gone now so if the picture was taken mid 03 the house would be clearly visable now and the Airstream is the reason LOL.

Oddly enough sitting in my driveway in this picture would be my 1970 Suburban that I had planned to restore. Just decided I didn't have time and sold it. It the white on the drive pulled up to the garage on the lower side of the picture. Its hard to see because right at its back bumper is the 34 inch diamer trunk to a 90ft tall pine tree that we had removed. I wish I still had it as a vintage tow rig for the Airstream.
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