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  We all have seen the shiny Airstream trailers zooming pass us down the Interstate. They can be seen a long ways off as the light reflects off of their shinny aluminum exteriors. These campers are the Luxury version of the RV and were first introduced in the 1930's.

Some of the vintages Airstreams are collector's items today and you should be able to fine some on this page.

This photo here shows a vintage Airstream. It looks like it is parked by someone's house way out in eastern Wyoming, North and South Dakota or someplace similar. However the photo credit comes from Dungeness, England. I didn't know England had places like this.

This interior picture shows the insides of a vintage Airstream. You can see that the shiny outside aluminum also extends to the inside. Most RV's have trouble with leaking and have to be covered with a tarp. But this one doesn't have that trouble.


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  However I would recommend that you use one anyway to keep the sun from doing any damage. Plus if you are camping out in the woods you might want a camouflage tarp so that you won't be as visible to others in the forest. There is no reason to advertise that you are there and hiding might not be such a bad idea as things get worse in our world.

This smaller airstream in the top photo above looks vintage and the area it is parked in also reminds me of Christmas Valley Oregon.

Christmas Valley Oregon is mostly flat and covered with sagebrush. You can see pheasants and antelope but not too much else in this high desert area in eastern Oregon. The land is cheap and would be a perfect area to move to if you have to live on a budget. It is far away from civilization so you would not be able to commute to work from there very easily.

Many of the folks that live out there want to stay away from police entanglements and you will find those who don't even own a license to drive. They disdain the rules and regulations of modern life and want people to leave them alone. For the most part the police do just that. As long as they don't cause any trouble and live quiet lives they are left alone.

If you have a little money coming in and buy property there and park a Airstream on it you could live very cheaply. You would need a way to live off the grid and have some type of income to keep you in supplies. One way would be to have something coming in from the Internet.

Another way would be to work as a forest fighter during the summer. Of course you would have to be young and able to do such a labor intensive job. There are other ways that would enable you to leave the rat race of life and live in some remote place in your RV.


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Dear Airstream Fans,

I am writing to you in behalf of your Heavenly Father. He is seeking you like a lost sheep. You remember the Bible story? It is about a shepherd who has 100 sheep. But when he brings the sheep home one night, one is missing. He then leaves the 99 sheep and goes out into the wilderness until he finds that lost sheep.

In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep



Susan Dietel
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