We generally route by serendipity, and rarely know too far in advance where we're going.
On the map below, the red line is where we've been - click to read relevant travelogues about the visit. The blue line is our best guess as to upcoming travel plans.
Our 2020 Travels & Upcoming 'Plans'
Remember, we're always on NST (Nomadic Standard Time) - which means all travel intentions are subject to change. We also have three nomadic vessels, so some stops may be by van, boat or bus.
You can also track our entire Great Loop Cruising Adventure on its own dedicated map.
|1||Quartzsite, United States||Jan 1, 2020||Jan 6, 2020|
|2||Lake Havasu City, United States||Jan 10, 2020||Jan 19, 2020|
|3||Tonopah, United States||Jan 19, 2020||Jan 22, 2020|
|4||Benson, United States||Jan 22, 2020||Jan 29, 2020|
|5||Austin, United States||Jan 31, 2020||Feb 3, 2020|
|6||Live Oak, United States||Feb 12, 2020||Feb 16, 2020|
|7||Spring Hill, United States||Feb 17, 2020||Feb 21, 2020|
|8||Savannah, United States||Feb 26, 2020||Mar 8, 2020|
The map & routing above is provided by the WordPress plug-in Nomad World Map.
Past Year's Travel Wrap Ups
Our RVillage.com Locations To Date
We love RVillage - a social network for RVers. We were so inspired by the idea, that we actually helped with the focus groups and launch of the site in early 2014. We encourage any RVer who wants to meet other like minded RVers to join (it's free!).
The map above is provided by RVillage.com with all the places we've stayed since we got our beta account in November 2013.
When we check into a new location, it records our locations on our profile. Checking into a park also alerts us to other RVillagers who are also in the area that we might like to meet. Additionally we can schedule get togethers with those around us, find RVers with similar interests in groups and track our friends across the country (making sure we don't miss any potential rendezvouses).
You can embed your map on your website (like we did above)! Just go to 'View My Profile', click on 'My Places' and then cut-n-paste the embed code provided. Sweet!