For about half of each year, this blog documents the travel adventures of Airstream Life magazine editor & publisher Rich Luhr—that’s me.  The rest of the time it’s a collection of musings, ideas, and non-travel discussion tangentially related to Airstreaming.

“Man In The Maze” follows an earlier travel blog, Airstream Life’s Tour of America, which documented our three years of full-time Airstream travel as a family.  The archives of all three years are still available, along with thousands of photos.

I travel in a 2005 Airstream Safari LS, the 30-foot “bunkhouse” model. Until recently we also had a 1968 Airstream Caravel which we restored over a period of nearly a decade. If you want to know about my tow vehicle, read these posts.

In addition to publishing Airstream Life magazine and running the online Airstream Life Store, I’m co-founder of R&B Events (producers of Alumapalooza and other events), and author of various Airstream-related books.  I don’t work for Airstream Inc., but they are great people to be affiliated with.