|fold out couch on your right|
|fold out table in front of you|
|That couch fabric is sweeeet!|
|the view to your left|
|kitchen includes a stove, oven, sink, microwave & fridge (fridge pictured above)|
|bathroom includes shower, sink, toilet|
|the master bedroom|
John searched and searched Craigslist and Ebay for all sorts of Airstreams. In his search, he looked at brand new models, gently-used models, and in-need-of-serious-rehab models. In the end, we decided two things:
- It could not be brand new and too beautiful. We plan on using our Airstream for camping, for gosh sakes. And we have two children that enjoy playing in dirt, mud, and water. For my own sanity, I can't have an Airstream that looks perfect.
- It needs to be in good condition and not need rehab. We are in the middle of a house renovation, and we simply don't have the time or energy (or money!!) to rehab an Airstream. It is supposed to be a way for us to get away from all the renovation madness...
If you are either a fan of Airstreams or if you are skeptical of Airstreams, you must check out this Airstream project (seen above.) You will be in awe of this Airstream.