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English Airstream Evangelist Roams Scotland While Studying Gaelic

Andrew Ditton works for the railroad, but he’s most at home in his Airstream travel trailer.

Andrew Ditton, his dog Dougal, and his Airstream.

Andrew Ditton

No stranger to the mobile lifestyle, he got his first camper, a 1969 Thomson Glenmore, at the tender age of 14.

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Andrew told the Daily Record,

I left school at 17 and went to work in an office. I had a second job in McDonald’s to get the money to keep the car I needed to tow my caravan. I was able to take my first steps towards independence with it. I would go to Brighton or London and we would go clubbing. I was popular because I had a hotel on wheels.

Andrew loves to kitesurf.

Andrew kitesurfing

Now aged 46, he’s already spent the last two years in his Airstream trailer, working near Kent and traveling three months a year touring the Scottish Highlands. He’s also taking classes in Gaelic.

At the beginning of 2013, I made a decision to learn some Gaelic. I’m now doing a course at Sabhal Mor Ostaig, the centre for Gaelic language.

What a view! It’s the Isle of Harris beach.

Beautiful view

For those in Scotland, Andrew will be at the Scottish Caravan, Motorhome and Holiday Show in Glasgow this year.

Via Daily Record

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