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Old 06-03-2020, 05:01 PM   #1
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Hi,

Travis here! I've been lurking and learning a lot by reading the past posts.

Recently "forced" into full timing and everyone said you can't do it in an Airstream. At least the folks on other forums. I still have empty cabinets!

Currently hanging at an RV park waiting for the current craziness to settle down.

Thanks.

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Old 06-03-2020, 05:11 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Brave New World Travis. I predict Fun, Fellowship, and Adventure for you on your many new travels.
Enjoy it while you can and I hope that's for a long time.
State Parks, Nat'l Parks, Wildlife Refuges, Nat'l Seashore are just a road trip away.
All The Best.
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Old 06-07-2020, 12:45 PM   #3
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Welcome to the Brave New World Travis. I predict Fun, Fellowship, and Adventure for you on your many new travels.
Enjoy it while you can and I hope that's for a long time.
State Parks, Nat'l Parks, Wildlife Refuges, Nat'l Seashore are just a road trip away.
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Thanks Ol' Bob!

My timing is best and worse! Planned to be on the road due to living situation and Covid and then riots! Currently in Southern California and it seems everyone with a brain and an RV got the heck out of the cities and filled up all the usual places I camp! Holed up at friends mobile home park and lucky to have it for now!

Can't wait to really it the road in a few weeks but full timing for now.

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...and everyone said you can't do it in an Airstream. At least the folks on other forums.
Why not?! Lot's of people do - especially if you have the option of chasing 70-degrees around the map or are in a temperate climate like So. CA.

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Old 06-08-2020, 05:46 PM   #5
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Why not?! Lot's of people do - especially if you have the option of chasing 70-degrees around the map or are in a temperate climate like So. CA.

Shari
Agreed!

Most RV'ers seem preoccupied with storage space it seems. I'm an SKP and very few Airstreamer's ALTHOUGH plenty of Class B.....

Go figure! I have empty cabinets in my FC 25!

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