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New RVs might have all the creature comforts and modern tech you’d ever want, but there’s just something special about a restored vintage camper that ticks all the right nostalgic boxes. This one was bought in unrestored condition for a measly $1,900 (a little more than a year of Starbucks), and the owner then went to work to restore and remodel it over the course of a year with new plumbing, electrical, and carpentry. It includes a queen-sized bed, a pull-down bed over the front seats, oven and stovetop, fridge/freezer, sink and countertop, composting toilet, full shower, and loads of storage. It has also been strewn with vintage decor for that extra dose of home-away-from-home. No doubt this RV will get about as much attention as the scenic locations it will frequent, and everybody’s going to want to get a look inside.

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We don’t know much about math. But we do know that when Keeper’s Heart announced they’d be making an Irish Whiskey + Bourbon bottle, we were intrigued. It’s here, and it is a simply stunning combination. Brian Nation (formerly of Jameson, Redbreast and Midleton whiskeys and now Keeper’s Heart master distiller) teamed up with David Perkins (the founder of High West distillery) to create this smooth, yet complex combo of Irish + Bourbon. It’s truly a marriage made in whiskey heaven. Pick up a bottle today.