ENJOY THE JOURNEY BY VIEWING THEM ON GOOGLE MAPS
Enjoy the Journey! After selling everything we own, we headed out on what we hope will be a lifelong journey exploring the US and or other parts of the world. We have added some notes in the google map details to give you some information on each location.
We love the visual look of maps. It helps our readers and fellow RVers, friends, family members, and musicians to clearly see where we’ve been and hopefully that will help them on their journey.
By using Google Maps all our adventures, campsites, music venues, festivals, parks, routes, restaurants, Walmarts, dump stations, etc are all documented from the beginning. Use this as a guide for your future travels or just sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy the journey by reading it like a book.
Enjoy the Journey!
Chuck and Sandi
P.S. If you aren’t sure how Google maps works, skip to the HOW TO USE GOOGLE MAPS section below.
HOW TO USE GOOGLE MAPS
#1 – Choose a map you would like to see.
#2 – Click this to see the list of categories.
This will open up the list of everywhere we’ve been on this map.
HERE IS A SAMPLE PICTURE
Let’s say you just want to see the campgrounds we’ve stayed at, uncheck everything but campgrounds.
If you want to see the campgrounds and restaurants we ate at, check them both.
Let’s say it is just our driving route. Click just that. I think you get the gist of this.
#3 – To make the map full size click this box
That pretty much sums it up.
Grab a beer, glass of wine, or a shot of Tequila and enjoy coming up with the places you would like to go next.
#4 – Here is How You can Share the Google Map
We love it when people share our maps. Feel free to share with whoever you think can benefit from them. If you know of anyone headed towards any of these states it might be helpful for them to have this information.
BUILDING A BUCKET LIST – ANY SUGGESTIONS WELCOME
We are always looking for adventure. Our next festival, state park, National park, waterfalls, town event, historic marker, music-related museums, beautiful barns or churches, unique photo-taking opportunity, art, really anything creative, etc.
If you have any ideas on where to go or what to see let us know about it. We will try to make the event if we aren’t more than 100 miles away. If we are more than 100 miles away, we will try to add it to the bucket list.
You may also enjoy this article Building a Bucket List and one of our most popular articles especially if you’re interested in taking the Journey and experiencing full-time RVing How to Downsize.
Thanks for your continued love and support. We appreciate every one of you.
Chuck and Sandi