SftR 016: Exploring States and Capital Cities with All the Places 2 Go // 🎧 Podcast 802

all the places 2 go

Exploring states and capital cities with All the Places 2 Go

This photography-focused family moved from the island life of the Caymans to a life on the road in the US. Cruising in an Airstream, these four love visiting capital cities and state parks. They (all of them!) talked to us about their upcoming trip to Alaska, getting their rig into those hard-to-reach places like Hawaii, and life as three women and a man (plus a cat) in a small, metal RV.

You can keep up with All the Places 2 Go via their Instagram (where you’ll find their individual accounts as well), and on their blossoming YouTube page.

Some episode highlights:

  • 6:31 – The stateliest capitals they’ve visited.
  • 9:17 – Attacking the Alaskan frontier.
  • 13:08 – Where this RV adventure started.
  • 15:28 – Loving their Airstream.
  • 16:47 – Living under the same (small-ish) roof.
  • 23:26 – “People cross paths a lot.”
  • 25:46 – Slow down.
  • 30:25 – Getting onto PCH—and well beyond.
  • 36:30 – Reservations, without reservations.

Exploring states and capital cities

All the Places 2 Go has more strict criteria than most when it comes to counting states they have visited. While some people may count states even if they have just driven through them, All the Places 2 Go tries to only count states where they have visited the capital city and have done some type of experience. This gives them a better feel for the state and its history. Then, they can really say that they’ve “been” there. It also adds more of a challenge, which makes it more fun!

Advice for RVing from All the Places 2 Go

  • Slow down. The rookie mistake is to try to cram in as much as possible.
  • You’ll never be 100% ready. Don’t wait for the perfect time. Do it now!
  • Learn from others online and make connections in the RV community.
  • You can always make a change later, like get a different type of RV or change your type of travel. Just get started and figure it out as you go.
  • People on the road are so friendly. If you ever have a problem, people are always willing to step up and help.

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