HOLIDAY SALE: $10 Signed CDs of our new record Among The Giants

Merry Christmas Vibe Tribe! In celebration of the season and an amazing year, we decided to discount the few remaining CDs of Among The Giants (our new album released May 2017).

The signed copies usually sell for $20, but until the new year we’ll be selling them for just 10 bucks – and that INCLUDES shipping!

If you want to order a signed album directly from us, here are the directions: 1) Sign onto PayPal. 2) Send $10 to drivinandvibin@gmail.com 3) Remember to include your address. 4) And, a few days later, enjoy our vibin’ tunes!

Here’s a video about our album:

Thanks for reading our blog! Our mission is to live minimally & deliberately as we explore the earth and it’s many communities. Help support our mission by shopping through our Amazon Link, visiting our Etsy shop, or better still, listening to our new album!

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One thought on “HOLIDAY SALE: $10 Signed CDs of our new record Among The Giants

  1. Steven Saia

    Dear Chance: This would not be the best insulation solution for your Airstream trailer restoration. You cannot simply apply it to the aluminum shell. All reflective insulation products require you to create / build a sealed air pocket on one side. This air gap provides almost all of the claimed insulation R value. The shiny bubble wrap has almost no R value. The best option is to fill the spaces between the aluminum frame with standard insulation. Three photos are attached showing the bare frame and shell, the space filled with fiberglass, and the new interior surface attached over the frame. We prefer Roxul rock wool rather than fiberglass, however, because it is more dense, with a higher R value per inch, and reduces air circulation better than fiberglass. See: Roxul ComfortBatt Model # RXCB351525, Home Depot Internet # 202090820 Store SKU # 974419. Spray glue on the shell will keep the batts in place. The “thermal bridge” created by the aluminum frame touching the interior is another key problem, because aluminum is such an efficient conductor of heat. Sacrifice a bit of interior space and install 1/2″ or 1″ thick pieces of PVC plastic trim as standoffs along the frame — to hold the new interior surface away from the frame. This will also give you a bit more depth for insulation. Veranda PVC trim works well; just attach the pieces to the frame with metal screws. See: Veranda Cellular PVC trim, Model # H190LWS6, Home Depot Internet # 100265384 Store SKU # 252314 Some Airstream restorers use spray foam and foamboard as insulation during their restoration projects. Foam provides excellent insulation, but this is a big mistake — because foam is also very flammable and must be covered by a thermal barrier, e.g. 1/2″ drywall, for safety. Drywall obviously won’t work inside a trailer, so foam is a major fire safety problem. One last tip: When you disassemble the interior, be sure to wear a full 1/4 face respirator, rubber gloves and a full body Tyvek painter’s suit. Rent or buy a vacuum with a HEPA filter. Why? Prior to the mid 1980s, Airstream trailers were often insulated with asbestos, which we now know is a nasty carcinogen. Keep kids away, carefully remove and bag any insulation you find, then vacuum the entire interior thoroughly. When you’re done, carefully bag the contents of your vacuum, remove the filter and put it in the bag, and put your painter’s suit and gloves in the bag too. Also remove the filter cartridges from the mask and throw them in. Then take a thorough shower. Here is the mask you should use: 3M Model # 62023HA1-C, Home Depot Internet # 202080144 Store SKU # 278310. DO NOT use any of the cheap white “dust masks” that cost a few bucks. I hope this is helpful. Mark
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