The Time Has Come :(

In all the excitement of finding a new trailer to restore, we have avoided  talking about what we knew had to happen. We have to find a new home for our beloved Overlander.  Unfortunately, we don’t have the time, money, or space to properly care for more than one trailer at a time. I just have to look at it like this…we rescued her from near death, performed major reconstructive surgery, rehabilitated her and prepared her for an exciting future of travel and adventure for many years to come.  In return, she opened up the world of the WBCCI and Airstreaming to us.  We have met the most fantastic people, made life long friends, and had a blast  at camp outs and rallies with the HOTCU. She provided us with a temporary home while we built our permanent one and taught us to “See More, Do More, Live More“.

Edit: Our trailer is sold but you may be able to view the listing on Airstream Classifieds here.



6 thoughts on “The Time Has Come :(

    1. Hi Dave! I know…it’s hard…but we have to if we want to restore our new Safari! Buy it for your wife for Mother’s Day! 🙂 Hope your making progress on your trailer. Send us some pictures!


  1. Debi Rich

    I wish we could buy it! I love it so much, it’s even better in person, and would not have any qualms about it because I know how it was restored with such care and quality! Ooooh so tempting!


  2. Mitzi

    Hi StephInTexas. Would you mind telling me where you purchased your new shower? Our bathroom looks just ours does, or did before we had to remove everything 😦 . We’d like to go back with a shower. Thank you.


    1. Hi Mitzi,
      We bought the shower pan from PPL and built the walls out of masonite and covered them with Fiberglass Reinforced Panels (FRP) from Lowes. It wasn’t easy but we really liked the results and it made for a very nice roomy shower. There’s a post here showing how we did it. The problem is all that plumbing that runs around the back that you have to make room for. That shower from Inland RV still looks like a great option! Good luck with your restoration and thanks for stopping by!


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