Wednesday, 13 June 2018

How to Stay Warm in an Airstream

Owning an Airstream has long been a dream of ours. We often see families and couples living “the Airstream life” and it seems so adventurous! The open road with no agenda is our kind of life. Like anything else, there are pros and cons to this type of lifestyle.  For more information click here. Wool camp blanket

As a wool blanket company, we have found that our customers range from homeowners, avid campers, and road trippers. Our warm wool blankets have been featured in popular blog sites and it’s safe to say that our wool blankets have seen a significant part of the country! Considering getting an Airstream of your own? Well then grab your best wool blanket and read up to hear our tips on staying warm in an Airstream. For more information click here. Camping Blanket

Let’s face it, it’s no fun when you’re cold. Its uncomfortable and can totally throw off any adventure. That’s why it’s important to invest in good, quality gear that can beat the elements and is designed to last. Several years ago, we purchased the essentials. We paid the premium but the gear has lasted us through countless camping trips, hiking adventures, and more. It’s worth it in the long run to have gear that will last. When we got stuck at the Canadian/Montana border in our car in the middle of a snowstorm, we were happy to have the right stuff packed. For more information click here.  sheep blanket

Rugs can make a huge difference in an airstream. This adds insulation and can make those early morning steps not so alarmingly cold on the toes.

This one is a given. Investing in a quality wool blankets is essential for the Airstream life. Not only can you use this inside and outside, but a sheep wool blanket is temperature regulating—meaning it’s good for both hot and cold temperatures. It’s also easy to shake out a wool blanket. We never recommend putting wool in the washing machine, otherwise it can damage the wool fibers. Merino wool is an excellent and versatile textile to use both in the home and at the campsite.

Heat the Pipes
Be sure to run the faucets and get the warmth moving. There’s nothing worse than frozen pipes. For more information click here. hammock camping gear

Have Backup Heating Sources
Always be prepared. Be sure that you have firewood and matches on hand, in the event that your heating source goes out.

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