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Year One Retrospective: Where We’ve Been

I can hardly believe it has been a year since we started our nomadic lifestyle.

We have learned so much (mostly because we knew pretty much nothing when we started), and our other blog post today just barely scratches the surface.

This post is about where we’ve been and what we’ve seen, featuring a map and a roundup of our top five favorite Journey posts for the year.


We started and ended our year in Texas, but we’ve seen so much in between. Click this map to zoom in and follow our path.

2014-2015 Map

Favorite Blog Posts

It’s hard to pick the best memories from our first year on the road, but this roundup of posts captures several of our favorites.

January in the Texas Hill Country
Why we love it: This was our first journey all on our own, away from family and with our shiny new camera.

Week 2 in Albuquerque: Southwestern Art, Tent Rocks and Vintage Style
Why we love it: This post and its predecessor are the best of RVing: friends, food, culture and nature.

Basking in the Beauty of Sedona, Arizona
Why we love it: Sedona is the first place we ever boondocked, and it’s where we felt the most peaceful.

North to Alaska: The Road Trip of a Lifetime
Why we love it: The most epic part of our year was Alaska, and the journey up there was no exception.

Experiencing the Alaska Frontier in McCarthy and Kennecott
Why we love it: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is so remote you have to walk to it to hike on its glaciers.

Thank you all so much for joining us on this journey. Here’s to another great year!

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