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Old 09-15-2018, 05:50 PM   #1
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Matthew McConaughey and Jimmy Swap Airstream Camping Stories

Matthew McConaughey owns four!

https://youtu.be/2eUN8LHzdZo
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Old 09-15-2018, 06:19 PM   #2
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Good plug for Airstreams 2Go also.
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Old 09-15-2018, 06:36 PM   #3
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Thatís hysterical.

Matthew travels in his, stays in campgrounds and has been to all the lower 48 except North Dakota???

I love it!

Take a closer look at your neighbor, folks.

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Funny. You would think that Jimmy Fallon was really roughing it. Ha! Snowflake. As someone that has been in the field with the Army an AS is luxury living.
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I loved being in the field with the Army. It was short lived and a long time ago. I still talk about it today as it had a great impact on me. It is my heritage.
I was born in England and am at least fourth generation military. It is definitely in the blood.

I also love the luxury of my Airstream today though. I understand there are all types of men and I am fine with that. Some men are not as manly as others and that is OK too. Absolutely nothing wrong with that. But today's generation is quite something. No wonder I am not a TV guy. Jimmy needs to get his hands dirty.

Just the other day on our first night in our first Airstream my wife and I watched Dirty Harry from our box set. Nothing like it. We loved it.

Where did all the men go?
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Jimmy Fallon would be funny if he didn't always make it about himself. Notice Matthew is the guest, but Fallon does all the talking.
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... As someone that has been in the field with the Army an AS is luxury living.

Thatís the truth! Our FC27FB might not have all the extras that SOBís come with (outside TV, refrigerator, or grille) but it is downright luxurious compared to carrying a shelter half (donít wanna be odd man out!) and food (& coffee) served off the back of a deuce-and-a-half. Those were good times but I wouldnít wanna do it again!
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Don’t blame Jimmy Fallon for being soft, blame his parents. The problem with our society today is not the youth, it’s their parents.

Many of my kids friends couldn’t pitch a tent, don’t own a sleeping bag and would never hunt because it’s ‘mean’. All they care about is internet.

Getting them outdoors is the answer. Just look at Jimmy Fallon, he wanted to get out and his mom said no. I bet he would be a fantastic bow hunter sleeping in the wild for days with a different childhood.
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Donít blame Jimmy Fallon for being soft, blame his parents. The problem with our society today is not the youth, itís their parents.

Many of my kids friends couldnít pitch a tent, donít own a sleeping bag and would never hunt because itís Ďmeaní. All they care about is internet.

Getting them outdoors is the answer. Just look at Jimmy Fallon, he wanted to get out and his mom said no. I bet he would be a fantastic bow hunter sleeping in the wild for days with a different childhood.


When our kids were young it was tents, sleeping bags, and a fire pit for cooking. We had 5 kids and had a blast. We did stay at campgrounds with a shower and pool though. But my 3 boys enjoyed wilderness camping at boundary waters in Minnesota. Every kid should get that experience.
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Raised three expert campers and outdoorsmen--all Eagle scouts. Daughter (youngest) is making her own way in the world on her own, mostly, as well.

It's on the parents to let kids do stuff and learn about the world without either living vicariously through the kids or letting the parent's fears and inhibitions stand in the way of exploration.

My dad was the outdoorsman, Mom was consumed by fear that I might learn something outside her world view. Fortunately I learned more from my dad, and moved out before mom could totally screw up my life, to be blunt.
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