It seems Miranda Lambert and her husband Brendan McLoughlin might be getting a little stir crazy while quarantining on their Tennessee farm. The "Bluebird" singer took to Instagram to show off their newest "family member," a beautiful Airstream.
"Sunday thoughts. When people ask me questions about all the traveling I’ve done, my answer is pretty much the same every time," Lambert captioned the gallery, which includes a video tour of the inside. "'I’ve been everywhere but I haven’t seen much of anything.' I’ve been touring for 19 years and most times we just roll in, play our show , and roll to the next town. I’ve only gotten to spend some real time in a few of the places I’ve been."
"Just because I can’t travel and play shows doesn’t mean I can’t travel and make music," Lambert continued. "I have the most amazing travel companion, my husband , and we decided to add a family member," she wrote before officially introducing her new addition. "Y’all Meet 'The Sheriff.' A 2020 Airstream Globetrotter. I’ve been a vintage trailer collector for years and this is my very first new one. I’m letting go of a few vintage to make room for adventure in this silver gem! I don’t like change but I’m learning to embrace it. Until I get get back on Elvira and tour, I’ll be pulling this rig all over the country. I know that seeing the world through the windshield again will bring creative vibes. #highwayvagabonds #livinlikehippies #BandMetour."
Lambert has been keeping fans updated and entertained on social media during the coronavirus pandemic. A few weeks ago, she showed off photos of herself doing charity work with Joe Exotic after Netflix's "Tiger King" show blew up.
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