Traveling in an Airstream

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With Memorial Day weekend – a major travel weekend in the U.S. – next weekend and with our love of National Parks – there are some Otterlicious ones – we are dedicating this post to Airstreams!

What a more iconic way to travel from beach to beach or National Park to National Park in this aluminum home.

What?

You are doubting us?

Time to prove our case.

Here’s some history of the iconic Airstream, from the brand itself.

“Airstream’s first ride was in 1929, but really Airstream was born the first time Wally Byam left home.”

“Wally’s early life – schooling, sailing, camping and working – all came together to form a vision of the open road, the outdoors and freedom.”

This is sounding like a very Otterlicious way to start!

We’ll stop interjecting now and let the story continue.

“That vision was realized in a tent on a Model T chassis. It was realized in a boy working to pay for his school. It was realized when Wally Byam built that first trailer, and it’s still alive today.”

If you had any doubt whether Airstreams were Otterlicious or not, we know you’ll change your mind after you see these images.

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We got our map out, do you?

Yes, Airstreams are Otterlicious!