Episode V – Alice Anne Strikes Back!
Taking a cue from Mr. George Lucas, I present Episode V of the Alice Anne Airstream Renovation. Yup, I’m bypassing the need to give you Weeks 1, 2 and 3, and in my case jumping right past 4 as well. It’s a great day when you’re so enthusiastic about a project that you’re working on, that you literally cannot sleep at night and you jump right in, completely forgetting to document what you’ve been up to inside your toaster.
I am happy to report, so far so good on this, our first Airstream Renovation. Sure we found the much anticipated colonies of petrified mice and the many presents they left behind, as well mold, dust, rust, a toy car and an errant playing card. But nothing out of the ordinary to report except for the addition of a second sewer exhaust up through the roof. Why? Well that’s another whole mystery that none of us can seem to explain, lol. But nothing to report doesn’t mean, nothing to do, hahaha.
Growing my Fleet through Airstream Renovation
As those of you have been following me for some time now, you know that after losing my job of twenty-years, I decided that it was time for a drastic change. Corporate USA and I had a good run at it but I’m ecstatic to say that this divorce has officially been finalized. It’s time for bigger and better things for both myself and my family.
At the behest of my best friend, I started leasing my beautiful, aluminum clad hula girl, Aolani at Cape May, New Jersey. I did this instead of selling her and that one decision has changed the entire course of my life. My rental and delivery service has been so successful that I’m in the process of expanding my East Coast Fleet. I want to bring the experience of Airstreaming, glamping and camping for those who on either on the fence about such an investment, or just don’t want to make that long term commitment.
Alice Anne is the very first in what I hope to be ten girls that will be available for delivery and anchorage in the Mid-Atlantic region. I am seeking angel investors to help my dream of a Port as well as an expanded delivery service, a reality. So if you’re out there listening, please, by all means, reach out to me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I promise to get more nitty gritty with my updates and documentation so stay tuned in.