I’m working on a new blog, as sort of an adjunct to this one, called “How To Airstream.”
The reason is that the Airstream Life Store has become a big project of mine, and I’m spending a lot of time researching great solutions to Airstream problems these days. That’s so I can find things worthy of recommending to the customers.
As a result, my brain is full of details about things like “Why you really need to own a torque wrench” and all the reasons why most RV drinking water hoses suck.
I’ve been digging into mysteries, like “Why is there a plug on your Airstream that says Use only ZAMP portable solar?” and why people get locked out of their Airstreams so often.
A lot of this information is in my books, but I keep learning new things and it will be a few years before I update the books again. In the meantime, I want to share what I’ve learned.
The “How To Airstream” blog is separate from this one because it’s more commercial. If I find a good solution that we are going to sell in the store, I’ll put it there rather than here. That way Man In The Maze can be more about the travel and lifestyle topics and I can avoid crossing the line into shameless promotion of the store.
Right now the How-To blog has a few dozen entries in it, many of which were adapted from prior issues of our newsletter Outside Interests. I’ll be writing new tips and product reviews on an irregular basis. Things are still a little rough over there, since I am still working on the the design template, but please take a look.
I’m very interested in whatever questions or ideas for topics that you may have. Just use the “Ask A Question” link at the top of the page, or put in a comment below the blog. The more questions I can answer—even if it takes me a while to find the facts—the more of a resource the How To Airstream blog can be for everyone.
David B Johnson says
Okay, good idea. I often refer people to the Airstream Store for books and speciality items. I’m retired, I have time to follow both blogs!
Bill D. says
Looks good! Could you please add it to Airstream Life’s Recommended Airstream Blogs webpage.
Good suggestion! Done!