A few years ago, Kim and Todd from Portland, Oregon purchased a 16-foot Airstream Bambi and have been taking their little trailer out to some of the most beautiful places in the U.S. Not only that, they’re capturing these places with some exquisite photographs that truly capture what it’s like to live in the great outdoors.
Kim and Todd from Oregon run The Small Small Trailer blog.
Their Airstream International Bambi was a lucky find. Discontinued by Airstream in 2013, the model is now only available as the Sport. The trailer has a full bed, a closet, a small wet bath, a galley with a refrigerator and two-burner stove and a 40″ x 74″ dinette that converts to an additional bed. The Paprika accents and interior add warmth to those cool Pacific Northwest nights.
The 16-foot Airstream Bambi contains a small galley and wet bath.
So far the couple (accompanied by their son and dog) have visited areas like Memaloose State Park and Crater Lake National Park in Oregon and Long Beach and Mount Rainier in Washington.
They also visited Hood River, coastal areas like Nehalem Bay State Park and have ventured into Lake Louise in Canada.
They even did some snowy winter camping at Champoeg State Park in Oregon. Each campground they stay at gets a review and some stunning photos. Kim’s photographs are shot with a Nikon D200, a Nikon D40 and a Fuji X100. She uses a Manfretto tripod, a neutral density filter and a circular polarizer.
Taking in a relaxing sunset at Glacier National Park.
Photos courtesy of The Small Small Trailer