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Old 04-03-2020, 10:14 PM   #1
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Good Times

Hello Everyone!

As I deal with the unimaginable situation we all face these days, I often check in here on the forums to see what folks are up to. This always seems to ease the pain and ease the long days at home that have become the norm.

Over the last 10+ years, other then time spent with family, my most enjoyable times have been spending time in my MH, remodeling and up keeping the MH and riding my ATVs. Visiting the forums quite often these days to see the projects folks are working on and all the other topics discussed, it brings hope for the future that one day soon I can once again be working on "Dad's Toy" and enjoying what it means to me.

As many know, I keep my MH up north, 250 miles and 5 hours away. I envy those that have their MHs and trailers at home. Not only would it be silly for me to travel up there these days, but it would be ethically and legally wrong. I would love to spend these days working on the MH. As business has come to a drastic halt with shops closing and technicians being furrowed, I have basically parked my tool truck. Living in the heavily populated Bay Area and driving up and down Highway 101 or El Camino Real (a major roadway) which both go between San Francisco and San Jose and seeing these roadways virtually empty, has had quite an impact on me.

So I was thinking how about a thread that everyone can post to with different topics that may provide a little distraction and a little hope when this is all over.

How about for the first topic, everyone (everyone is invited) posts something about a past trip or favorite place you have visited with your MHs (or even trailers...why not). Post your story and photos even if you have posted the same in the past on other threads! So here goes...
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Old 04-03-2020, 10:23 PM   #2
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Yosemite - My favorite place on earth

This is a trip we made to Yosemite in April 2013. Yosemite is my favorite place on earth. Yosemite is basically 175 miles directly east of us, but we have to drive 250 miles north to get the MH and then drive 250+ miles south to Yosemite. It is worth it!
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Old 04-03-2020, 10:26 PM   #3
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sorry folks, its too late in the evening and we need to finish up the second bottle of wine, so not going to orient the pics correctly!
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Old 04-04-2020, 02:46 PM   #4
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Yosemite is spectacular. Alaska is too, in its own way. It just takes a lot more time to see it. We avoided the long drive back this summer by springing for a ferry ride. The scariest part of the trip turned out to be when the guy told me I had to back the 345 down a ramp and on to the ferry at Haines. Turned out to be a piece of cake with him walking alongside and telling me what to do. Photos are the waterfront campground at Seward, and Denali.

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The guys loading ferries are amazing. My first time on the Ocracoke ferry, the loadmaster saw me checking my mirrors and yelled “don’t look anywhere but at me!”. Got everybody on board in nothing flat.
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Old 04-05-2020, 06:14 AM   #7
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Speaking of wine, we camped in Pasa Robles this past year for three days. There are over 200 wineries surrounding the town. Wonderful place for tasting with an almost endless amount of wineries to go to. We found we could only go to three per day for obvious reasons. A tasting pour in Pasa Robles is a quarter of a glass (and no I don't spit)!

Sculpterra winery was one of our favorites and a must-see. The winery partnered up with several sculptors and created these beautiful gardens. The rear garden has a food truck serving the best tacos and burritos.

Here is the website:

http://sculpterra.com/
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White Mountain National Forest, NH. Not quite Yosemite but close to home for quick escapes. Thanks for sharing your great photos.
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Molas Lake, Co close to Silverton camping at 10k feet. This was back in 2002 with our first Airstream Motorhome, 1979 28' Excella. They delivered a jeep to us at the campground from Silverton, to use for our day trips exploring the jeep roads of the high country. No hook-ups, but the nicest camp spot
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I travel a lot for work, and obviously this has come to a crashing halt. However I have another frustration......spending 12-14 hour days, on tele/video cons, working from home when Bella and a list of jobs is about 100ft away at the bottom of the garden. At least at this rate the sunrise/sunsets will have drawn out so by mid-summer I may get a couple of hours of daylight to go play.

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As for favorite places/photos, for the last 40 years I have always lived within 800yds from the sea, and tend to gravitate to the beach.

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This also means we can still walk to the beach whilst getting our government allowed 1hour per day exercise, just don't stop and appreciate the view or the 'exercise police' will jump on you!
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Mystic 7

Another fond memory: The first offical Classic Motorhome Rally: Mystic springs April 2002. It was quite an event, with folks lusting after different models. Even Fred himself ( http://www.viewrvs.com/ ) was in attendance with his 345 (pictured).
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Another favorite trip/destination was Burning Man. We went 3 years in a row. It would be fun to do again, but the prep work and cleaning afterwards is probably more than I can handle these days. Burning Man was an awesome experience. Think of if what you want, but also make it what you want as a participant. It was something I will always treasure (except for the playa dust) and something I will always remember.
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Origins of Your Motorhome

Please keep posting stories/pics of your favorite destinations with your motor home, but lets start a new topic! Tell us about the origins of your motor home. Tell us how you got involved in your past or present Airstream/Argosy motor homes! That means you too Brad and Martin!
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Old 04-12-2020, 09:35 PM   #14
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Dad's Toy

Dad's Toy is a 1982 Airstream 280 (28' rear bath) built on a 1981 Chevy P30 chassis with a Chevy 454 cid. It is a federal model originally sold in Oregon. My mom and dad bought it in Eugene OR probably in the mid 1980s.



My first experiences with RVing (and my parents), was around 1962-63 when my parents purchased their first travel trailer...probably a 20' or so Mallard trailer. They soon graduated to a 1963-1964? 24'? Airstream trailer towed behind a 1964 Ford Galaxy 500. With two adults and 4 little kids, they soon upgraded to a 1966 or 67 27' or 28' Airstream trailer.



We spent almost every summer weekend in those trailers at a RV campground on Leach Lake outside of Brainard Minnesota. In the summer of 1967, we moved (in the trailer) to northern California. There the trailer was seldom used and probably sold in the early 1980s.



When my parents retired some 40 years ago and moved to Eugene OR, it wasn't long before they purchased Dad's Toy. They made many trips locally, down to the south west, Minnesota and across the country.



The Airstream motor home was the pride and joy of my father. My mother passed away in 2004 and my father in 2008. At that time as the executor of the estate, I decided to buy the MH and take it to the ranch property in Northern California. At the time, my brother told me I "would be making a big mistake taking the MH and begged me not to do it". He knew the time and work my dad put into it keeping it running! Well I didn't listen to him and maybe I should have, but I have to say that I too have enjoyed it tremendously over the years even though it has been a pain in the ass to own and keep up!



At the end of settling all the estate matters, we drove it from Eugene OR to the ranch outside of Redding CA. Knowing what I know now, I'm extremely surprised that it made it there at the time. After spending $20,000+ to date on its refurbishment and upkeep, we had a few great years taking it out on the road. I still use it a lot at the ranch property, but once again it is in need of much upkeep to make it road worthy once again.



On March 17, 2011, I made my first post on Airforums to share Dad's Toy with the world. I would have loved to be able to do what many here have done in doing a complete rebuild but my thought was always to do what was needed to simple keep the MH working and keep it on the road. Dad's Toy holds a lot of memories for me, my sibling and their children.

It took some time, but I do now feel that Dad's Toy is my toy!
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Dean, nice to see some pictures of what I assume to be a brand new coach. Just look at the ABS Front dome and upper cabinets light color. Amazing how much that stuff yellows over time. Seeing the pristine exterior is amazing as well.
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I sure wish the exterior looked like that now! How about those upper side cabinets with "NO" cracks! LOL



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Dean, nice to see some pictures of what I assume to be a brand new coach. Just look at the ABS Front dome and upper cabinets light color. Amazing how much that stuff yellows over time. Seeing the pristine exterior is amazing as well.
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I travel a lot for work, and obviously this has come to a crashing halt. However I have another frustration......spending 12-14 hour days, on tele/video cons, working from home when Bella and a list of jobs is about 100ft away at the bottom of the garden. At least at this rate the sunrise/sunsets will have drawn out so by mid-summer I may get a couple of hours of daylight to go play.

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This also means we can still walk to the beach whilst getting our government allowed 1hour per day exercise, just don't stop and appreciate the view or the 'exercise police' will jump on you!
That 20-foot Argosy, what a winner ...
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Loved the pics, and the purpose - also that you’re Honoring your parents by carrying on their RV-ing tradition!
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Please keep posting stories/pics of your favorite destinations with your motor home, but lets start a new topic! Tell us about the origins of your motor home. Tell us how you got involved in your past or present Airstream/Argosy motor homes! That means you too Brad and Martin!
Dean, favorite destinations? That would imply that I might actually do more than just work on my Argosy

I haven't really camped since I was a kid. My parent started us out (family of 6) in the early 60s with a Coleman pop-up tent trailer. That lasted a couple years and then we upgraded to a GO-Lite trailer. In 1966 we made the trip from Lincoln Nebraska to Phoenix with the GO-Lite. This was back before a lot of the Interstate system was built. The tow vehicle was a 65 Chevy Biscayne with a manual 3-speed on the column, with no power brakes or power steering!

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Since then my camping activities have been pretty much been confined to stays at the race tracks in a Winnebago and later the 310 back when we were vintage racing.

Not sure what the future might bring. Possibly camping, possibly selling the Argosy and moving west. Who knows.......
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Ooooooh boy, “favorite” places.....that’s a hard one.
We’ve had so much fun in so many places that it’s hard to pick just a couple. Let’s see

We were camped on the edge of town in Lyons CO
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Then another trip to the mountains but up around 12000 ft at State Forest State Park
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Those are moose about 100’ off the trail

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Here we were near Pickensville AL, hiking through a cypress swamp that was just so beautiful. Looked like something out of a movie or fairytale,
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I really like this next shot, once again out west in CO, middle of Jan., cccccold, we just got about 8” of fresh snow and we were the only campers around in this box canyon.
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