How We Plan Our Travels & Map Our Route

We’ve had a few questions regarding how we plan our Airstream travels and map our route. Today we’re answering those. This is how we’re currently planning and we hope its the right mix of pre-planning and allowed spontaneity but only time will tell. Expect an update in a month or two once we’ve tested it out!

How do you plan your travels? Any tips for us?

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Let us know what you think!  We’d love to hear your thoughts!


  • Troy

    March 30, 2017 at 7:31 am Reply

    I like your methodology, we will probably do something similar when we hit the road January next year. We hope to be a bit more flexible but we too have some key places we want to experience and we’ll build our schedule around them.

    In your video you zoomed in on the Great Salt Lake (GSL) for your example. We live one mile from the GSL causeway and if our schedules align you are welcome to boondock in our driveway, we have 30 amp service, water and there are two free dumps within a few miles. If interested please let use know, you can PM us on our facebook page.

  • John Gillham

    March 31, 2017 at 4:26 pm Reply

    Happy travels for your upcoming adventure. We are moving into our Airstream this Saturday and will be living full time as well. We unfortunately will be Stationary for the time being as our current jobs don’t work on the road. We have a end goal and moving into the Airstream was first and selling the house up next. Your videos have been helpful especially since you were stationary as well. Keep up the good work. Take a look at Waldo lake in central Oregon. It’s not to far from Crater lake and is a wonderful boondocking area. Again Happy travels and be safe.

    • Courtney

      April 1, 2017 at 10:59 am Reply

      Thank you, John. Good luck with your move!! We think that living stationary in the Airstream was the best plan for us and hopefully it will work out for you guys as well. Thanks for the tip about Waldo Lake too. I’m looking it up now to put on my map 🙂

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