We are now a few weeks out from our 6-week-long maiden voyage. Progress has been made but we have a lot of work yet to do to get the Airstream ready. (see exposed insulation at top.) I am keeping this post short as I have to get directly back to the renovations. I Just wanted to share a design teaser...as you can see, our trailer now sleeps one. We have a little more work to do in order to accommodate "the five."
Although we are usually found covered in sawdust or paint these days we do occasionally (albeit rarely) put aside the paints, rivet guns and drills and get "glamed up." This weekend was one of those occasions! Our youngest, Oliver was diagnosed with type-1 diabetes at the age of two. Since that time our family has partnered with the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDRF) to promote awareness of juvenile diabetes and to work toward finding a cure. This past weekend marked Oliver
We anticipate cooking outside a majority of the time on our trip so setting up a functional, portable kitchen was a priority. I had a wish list of functionality I wanted for the kitchen so I decided early on we should make a custom one ourselves. I had my eyes peeled when I went to thrift stores and estate sales looking for a piece I could retrofit. I was rewarded last weekend when I found a vintage, dead-stock, military medical cart at one of my favorite antique stores in T