EST. 2016

It’s not the destination.. it’s the journey!

Follow Bryan & Julie, as they road trip through the USA, Canada and Mexico. Looking for a break from the daily grind, they saved up to buy a Roadtrek Class B RV motorhome and planned a trip of a lifetime! Follow below on their travels and experiences along the way…

59219Miles Driven
545Days on the Road
42BBQ Restaurants Visited
52States/Provinces Visited

Latest Blogs

November 12, 2020
Exploring Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Driving from Clemson, SC to Pigeon Forge, TN we knew it was going to be a fun and unique day.  The drive today would take us through 4 states, the Appalachian Mountains and one of the east coasts most famous national parks. We started the day in the far northwest corner of South Carolina leaving...

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November 6, 2020
RVing in the age of Covid – Tampa to Clemson, SC

Packing for our trip to Rochester, NY we were a bit apprehensive.  The date was August 4, 2020, the height (or so we thought) of the pandemic.  At this point there were so many unknowns.  Would we be pulled over once leaving Florida for having an out of state license plate?  Would campgrounds be full? ...

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September 21, 2020
Life in Tampa Winter 2019-2020 & The Start of Covid-19

Returning to Tampa in early November 2019 Julie and I truly believed that we had accomplished something special.  Driving from Florida to the most northwestern point on a paved road in North America; we had seen so many things and met so many people.  During this time (and since we had started to RV in...

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August 27, 2020
Going Home – Our Epic Alaska Road Trip Comes to a Close

All great trips eventually come to an end.  For Julie and I our epic Florida – Missouri – New Mexico – Alberta – Alaska – Washington State – California – New York ……and finally to Florida road trip was coming to a close. Augusta, GA We had spent the last few days in Columbia, SC...

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July 30, 2020
Cruising the Carolinas

Driving from Virginia into North Carolina you really feel like you enter the south.  Virginia always felt to Julie and I like a state caught in the middle.  Northern Virginia always felt like the north while the southern part of the state felt more…..southern.  Crossing into North Carolina however felt like we truly reached the...

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July 23, 2020
Virginia, Delaware and the rest of the Delmarva Peninsula

Driving from Pennsylvania into Maryland you feel like you crossed the invisible line between north and south.  This is pretty strange in itself as we drove from New York which borders Canada and there were still 4 states to drive through if we just went directly south from the PA/MD border to Florida.  These are...

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July 17, 2020
Touring Central Pennsylvania

After spending a few weeks with our family and friends in Western New York we were itching to complete our Alaska to Tampa trip and were ready to get back to Florida.  We always imagined that when we leave our family home to go on a 1000+ mile trip our family and friends are there...

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July 2, 2020
Cruising Ohio – The Buckeye State

To Julie and I the state of Ohio symbolizes the beginning and ending of our trips.  It’s generally the 1st stop going west after leaving Rochester, NY and the last stop before heading back to Rochester.  This quick pass through Ohio was no different. We had left Julie’s cousin Susie’s house in Indianapolis bound for...

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June 26, 2020
The Crossroads of America – Indianapolis, Indiana

Crossing from Illinois into Indiana was a bit of a homecoming for Julie.  Even though she had not been to the state in years, she had more 2nd cousins and 3rd cousins in the state than she could count.  We had been planning the Indiana leg of our trip for a few months now as...

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June 18, 2020
One Day in Illinois

Crossing the Mississippi River from Davenport, IA to Moline, IL meant that we had crossed one of the 1st landmarks that meant that we were truly eastern bound.  We were spending the night tonight at the Rock Island, IL KOA.  As it was already a bit later on in the day (we had driven from...

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