Monday, March 15, 2010

Life In A Silver Airstream

As with my previous post, I am still in love with these silver trailers.  My camping trip with the silver sister's has come to an end, but it was a trip I will never forget.

I love being a part of a group which supports and empowers women to be independent.  A group after my heart.  It was a weekend for these ladies to get away from their jobs, husbands, kids (or bring the young girls to start in the experience), and just an escape from their "normal" lives.  It was also a chance to rig up a trailer alone without someone telling us what to do or how to do it.  All about growth and sharing a common love for all things silver and shiny.

As much as I enjoyed learning more about these woman and having fun by the fire, delicious meals and swapping stores...I loved taking pictures of these beautiful rigs and their owners.  I look forward to adding to this collection of female owners in the future to perhaps share in a book someday.  Along with the women, there were some happy dogs at the campsite.  It was picture heaven for me!

If you are unsure of the feeling I am describing, there is no doubt you will get the bug once you step foot in one of these rigs.  In fact, if you are Southern California, you can rent Meredith's trailer by clicking HERE.  If you are located in Northern California, you can rent out one of many beautiful trailers through Kristiana by clicking HERE.

Kristiana is a veteran to the airstream way of life.  She is also a beautiful jewlery designer.  If you can't get away and leave the house for an airstream vacation, bring the trailer to you by purchasing a one of a kind piece of jewelry inspired by silver trailers.  Please visit her shop at

I know I will be on another trip soon with "trailie" to join these women and other groups that have the same love for silver trailers, including teardrops.  I look forward to sharing more with you soon.  I tried to capture the beauty of these trailers and their owners.  Please click HERE to see more photographs of this trip.

Thank you ladies!  I look forward to the next time!


Jen Byrne said...

These need to be in a gallery or in a coffee table book "Dogs and their Airstreams"

Alison said...

Thank you Jen! I hope to do that someday! :)

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Alison, if you really want to see some really cool vintage trailers owned and used by women only, check out Sisters on the Fly. Wonderful rigs.

Alison said...

Hi Sinbad and I...yes, I would love to join the ladies on the sisters on the fly, but sadly they don't allow pets and it would be hard to travel without my little Max with me. :)

Summer said...

I love this! Although we don't have an Airstream. My family LOVES once summer hits South Dakota and we can hook up our camper and head out to the parks. We always include our three dogs and just have a blast. So glad you had fun with the "Airstream Ladies". This is awesome. Love the Pictures!!

Alison said...

Thank You Summer!

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