Little Green Airstream’s Top Posts of 2015

As New Year’s Eve fast approaches, I thought it’d be fun to share the posts that got the most traffic in 2015: 5) Spring Cleaning Any newbie who’s taken home their first “new-to-you” vintage Airstream knows the mixed feelings of excitement and overwhelm when faced with cleaning out a decades’ old trailer and making their renovation to-do list. This is how I got started. 4) Less is More (Part

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Renovation Resolution

I’m not one to typically bother making New Year’s resolutions, mainly because I don’t believe that resolve works by exercising it once a year. What I do believe is that the New Year ushers in an opportunity for change, one that makes us reflect on the big picture and think about how we might want to alter the course of our lives. The only problem is, New Year’s resolutions

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Without a Hitch

One unanticipated cost I discovered I’d have to factor into my Airstream renovation budget is for a sway-control hitch. For those of you who are newbies like myself, a sway control or anti-sway hitch is hardware that connects the ball hitch on your tow vehicle to the A-frame of the trailer, and helps to give you a more balanced, controlled connection between the two vehicles. When I originally towed

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Impracticum and a New Beginning

It’s been a long time since I’ve updated the blog on this project, but there’s plenty more coming soon! Here’s the scoop: Originally, this renovation was intended as a final project, or “practicum”  towards achieving my Sustainable Building & Design Certificate at Yestermorrow Design / Build School in Waitsfield, VT. Aside from the valuable learning process involved, the other personal goal of mine has been to renovate a vintage

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