“…the highways are like riverways, they’re just concrete.”
Way back in the beanie-prolific year of 2008, Architectural Digest did a feature on a certain bongo-loving, future Oscar-winning actor named Matthew McConaughey and his pimped out Airstream trailer…
Those 28 feet encompass a living area with a banquette and a dining table/desk; a streamlined kitchen; a toilet and shower; and a snug bedroom that the actor refers to as the Honeycomb on account of its
rounded ceiling and golden hues. “It’s got a great window right above
your pillow, so when you wake up in the morning, you’re looking right at
the ocean or wherever your backyard is that day,” he says.
who has a penchant for pet names, pulls the Airstream behind a 2005
Ford King Ranch pickup that he calls the Eagle. A sojourn on the
Squamish Nation reservation in Vancouver, Canada, inspired the
Airstream’s moniker: “When I left, they brought me a handcrafted oar
that’s one of the symbols of the tribe. The oar guides the canoe, guides
you through life—so I named the Airstream the Canoe. I mean, the
highways are like riverways, they’re just concrete.”
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