Well, my first bit of planning for my retired full-time RV adventure has me going across the United States over the next five years or so, followed by a trip up to Alaska in year six. I’m trying to visit as many people and places as I can on my first pass as practical, without rushing or constantly being on the move. The red icons on the map represent all the National Parks that I plan to visit. When I’ve completed this journey, I will likely come back across the country, again taking another five years or so, but this time focusing on visiting Canada as much as possible during the spring/summer/fall months. But I get ahead of myself. The map above is a rough outlook for my first six years of retired RV travel.
As I embark upon my full-time RV journey, I’ve been often asked how will we know where you are at any given time? Well, here lies the answer. You can click on the itinerary on the right to see a detailed list of my travels for the current year. Then, through the magic of computers, Google Maps, and the Internet, you will also be able to get a glimpse of where I am as time and travels progress. The interactive Google map below represents all the places I’ve been so far, my current location, and a look ahead to all the future places for which I have confirmed reservations. I try to keep my travel planning to about a year in advance, so the map below should reflect my confirmed schedule for the next year. If you see me going someplace you’ve always wanted to visit, reach out to me and maybe you can come and meet up with me, and we can visit together!
– Current Location
– Future Location
– Past Location
(Note: You can click on the icons on the map below for date and campground details of that specific destination)