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Airstream Lifestyle Is Pilot's Lifestyle

  
  
  
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March 11, 2011 | by Becky Blanton

Chuck List, 41, lives in one silver aluminum tube, a 2005 International CCD Airstream, and works in another, a commercial airplane. List, a pilot for SkyWest Airlines, is living the Airstream adventure in a way few do: He works 16 to 18 days a month, usually four days at a time, flying around the country. Then he returns to his Airstream to continue his journey on the ground.

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Highlands or Lowlands, An Airstream Still Shines

  
  
  
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March 11, 2011 | by Becky Blanton

When Gordon Donaldson wasn’t holidaying in his native Scotland, he and his wife Angela spent time in the U.S., where a certain shiny highway icon caught his eye. “We admired these iconic Airstream trailers for years. We'd dream of taking a few months off and touring along the highways from Maine to Washington. We had a boring white-box caravan in Scotland and still had some great adventures in our home country. However, we found out that we could purchase a European spec Airstream and that's when everything really began,” said Donaldson.

Don’t Wait To Retire Before You Start RV’ing

  
  
  
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March 11, 2011 | by Becky Blanton

Carolyn and John Hacking did what they advise everyone they meet at RV shows to do: Start RV’ing early. Don’t wait until you retire. “Everyone always says they’re going to buy an Airstream and full-time when they retire. We tell them ‘Why not start now—at least by buying an RV and traveling part-time’,” Carolyn said. “Then when you retire you’ll know what you’re doing, whether you like it, and what kind of RV you want.”

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