Classic Airstream Restoration with Drivin’ & Vibin’ and Mortons on the Move + Announcements

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We’re visiting our friends Kyle & Olivia of Drivin’ & Vibin’ to see the progress they’re making on the renovation of their classic Airstream Argosy, with the help of our mutual friends Tom & Caitlin of Mortons on the Move.

Check out both of their channels for lots more detail about the Argosy renovation, as well as tons of other great RVing content:

Be sure to visit their websites, too!

We made a guest appearance last week on Kyle & Olivia’s channel:

We also filmed a fun piece with Tom & Caitlin for their Mondays with the Mortons feature:

And we have a couple of other items to announce:

First, the winners of our Acuva Giveaway were David & Penny K, who will be installing their new Acuva Eco 1.5 water purifier in their 2007 Coachman Legend. We chatted on the phone for a while, and they’re excited to know they’ll soon be able to stop buying bottled water! Congratulations to David & Penny and thanks to everyone who entered. If you didn’t win this time, you can still save $100 on any Acuva purifier by using discount code RVGEEKS. Check out our Discounts Page for complete details.

Second, if you haven’t already joined us on Patreon, our regular monthly Q&A will be back as usual this month. If you’d like to see what it’s all about, come check out our Patreon Page for complete details, sign up, and mark your calendar for next Thursday, Dec 27 at 8 PM Eastern / 5 PM Pacific.

Even if you haven’t been there with us from the beginning, all Patrons at all levels get complete access to the archive of every live Q&A we’ve ever done, so, you won’t miss a thing! We’ll be posting the usual announcements on Patreon about the Q&A soon, including voting on this month’s topic for our voting Patrons. Hope to see you all there!

Safe Travels,
Peter & John

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  1. Wow! A labor of love refurbishing an Airstream from the ground up. You two sure find some interesting folks to share with us their lifestyles and projects.

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      It sure is, Roger. Kyle & Olivia have been working hard for almost a year… and we were so thrilled to see the progress they’re making! So glad you enjoyed the video… we had fun being there and making it!

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