From the bloggers at RV Life.
Check into a campground where Ranger Doug’s traveling home is parked and you can’t help but gawk at his adorable 1948 Airstream Trailwind.
Not only does the little silver toaster outshine every other RV in the park, but its eye catching decals proclaiming the arrival of “Ranger Doug: Ranger of the Lost Art!” is the only RV that compels neighbors to stop and wonder: “What lost art?” And when people ask, Ranger Doug is happy to spend the next hour telling them about it.
Saving national park heritage
Energetic and appearing far younger than his 69 years, Doug Leen isn’t your average Airstreamer. He’s a former seasonal park ranger on a mission: raising public awareness of a small but significant slice of American history: Depression-era National Park Service (NPS) posters.
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