||[May. 26th, 2010|01:46 pm]
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Yup. And it's not just any Airstream, it's MY Airstream.
It's a bit bedraggled inside, but the floor is solid, the appliances work and it's roadworthy. I'll be putting it on my land as soon as the Kerrville Folk Festival is over. I have to wait because all the trailer movers I know are out at the festival right now.
Speaking of which, I saw a cool pick-up truck vardo at festival set up last weekend. I'll try to get you some photos of it when I go back there.
Oh, really? (On the Vardo.)
Take pictures of the inside of the Airstream. They are lovely.
Hopefully someday you'll be able to come and visit and stay in it.
Hurray! When you get back from K-ville I hope you'll come by DRW's and tell us all more about it. Loved the inside pictures, too. Do you know what made the crumples on that one end?
This is so weird because I swear I posted a reply to you here this morning, but it's not here now.
I stopped by DRW's for about five minutes last week when I was headed out to the land to get my Kerrstuff for Landrush. I think I mentioned the Airstream, but I may not have because I may still have been negotiating the price.
I have no idea about what caused the dent. I imagine someone wasn't watching the tree limbs and oops! My friend Art, who knows Airstreams said, "just live with the dent on the front; i've got one too, and there's no good way to get to it to push it out, without drilling big holes or taking apart that front 'cabinet'; too much trouble."
So I'm just going to figure the dent is cool because it gives the trailer character.