Year 2 in Review (the first 6 months)

09 Mar

We started on the road mid-summer of 2010. We can’t actually remember the exact date! There was estate sale-ing and house closing and veg oil system installing and it really made our exact launch date a little muddy. But we don’t mind. Half the time Chris and I forget our anniversary until someone needs a calendar that day and it triggers the memory. So we mark our years on the road roughly by starting at the end of summer (when we originally left Texas after all the afore mentioned horsing around) and going until the following.

Why do we mark at all? We found after our first year on the road that it was pretty freakin’ fabulous to look at our map and a quick slideshow of the year to see where we’d been. We visit more places and do more things in a year than we ever thought we’d do (than most people visit/do) in a lifetime!

Have you seen our brief (we have an extended version as well but it’s LONG) highlight video of our first year?

I’m working currently on the video for the second year so stay tuned.

In the meantime, here’s a map of the first six months of our second year. Yup- just six months. And we never felt rushed.

Click here to view the map in a browser. You can click on the stops to see our highlights!

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Posted by on March 9, 2013 in RV, Travel log


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2 responses to “Year 2 in Review (the first 6 months)

  1. Marcus

    May 6, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    Love this map of your trip! What a lucky group! In high school I partook on a similar trip starting in New Hampshire, down to Brownsville, TX and then followed the Rio Grande up to it’s head waters in Colorado. It changed my life for sure.

    • Sarah

      May 7, 2013 at 6:18 am

      Thanks, Marcus!
      Unfortunately, I couldn’t make a map to reflect the entire year because there were ‘too many points’! So I broke it up into two. The first 6 months is in this post:

      Year 2 in Review (the first 6 months) | Clan of Parents

      Your trip sounds amazing. Travel is so transforming! What were the most pivotal/monumental places/experiences for you?


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