Where The Wynns Blow

We’ve been traveling full time since February 2011 and WOW, we’ve had some amazing adventures! We share in hopes that you will find a little inspiration for your next adventure! So, zoom into a destination, click on a pin and let the adventure begin…

The Adventures

Who doesn’t dream about an Indiana Jones adventure? Instead of just day dreaming about it, use our interactive map to find and plan your own Indie adventures.

National Park or Monument

Mother Nature creates the best eye candy and we love everything outdoors. For us, not much beats a day (or 12) in a National Park or Monument.

RV Campground

We visit more campgrounds than a bear during pick-a-nic season. From Jellystone parks to farm stays to wild camping, we do it all!

Sips and Bites

Each place we visit our goal is to support the local community. We avoid chains and seek out places that the typical traveler might not have time to find on their own.

Sailing the world

Sailing

Exploring the world like its 1492. We’re out to sail across oceans, weather storms and discover adventures we don’t yet know exist.

Anchorage or Marina

Off the cord and on the hook or dwelling at a dock, we’ll let you know which ones to seek out and those to avoid.

Tell us where to go next

If you know of a festival, event, island or town that is not to be missed, we want to hear it! Leave us a comment, tweetfacebook us, send an owl or use your Jedi mind tricks and let us know what you’re thinking. We read every message and almost never turn down an invitation to go on an adventure.


Like our nifty map?

We created it using Mapify Pro and Prettty Routes. It is paid software but incredibly easy to use and a super fun way to map out your travels. Want it for yourself? Use the discount code: mapwiththewynns for 15% off.


347 Comments

  • Tyler

    December 22, 2016 Reply

    Here's a suggestion for a great place to go with free camping but limited spots. Moosehead Lk. in Greenville, Me.
    https://freecampsites.net/#!Maine&query=region Lookup Jewet Cove on the east side and up the west side about
    4 miles out of town beside the U.S. forrestry dept. HQ on Squaw Brook.
    Be sure to have breakfast at Aunty M's
    The best but crowded time there is the weekend following Labor Day weekend. It's called Fly In weekend.
    http://www.seaplanefly-in.org/

  • Green Turtle Cay is our favorite island to visit! Be sure to try a Goombay Smash at Miss Emily's. And let us know what the price of a case of Kalik is these days.

  • Jerry and Kathy Wills

    November 20, 2016 Reply

    Hi Guys... Just discovered you on Patreon! We're adventurers, too. I just wanted to suggest you look at (and get) a SPOT device. It integrates with your iPhone to allow messages to be sent, plus it has a nifty map system that records your location as you travel. We always use one. BTW, it also has a fantastic 911 feature I think would be foolish to be without.

    Best Wishes
    Jerry and Kathy Wills
    Xpeditions.TV

  • Joe

    July 23, 2016 Reply

    I'm in love with the idea of small independent energy efficient living. Deciding whether to purchase a microlite 19SB today!

  • Jeffrey Steinberg

    July 20, 2016 Reply

    Get a Amateur Radio (HAM) license and APRS and you can have an updated GPS-positioned map at www.findu.com. Its way cool and works in most parts of the country except for areas where there is not a repeat for 60 miles. The nice part is it updates your position every 5 minutes.

  • Richard Zielinski

    May 5, 2016 Reply

    hi guys you guys are cool, having so much fun. come on down to ft lauderdale this week end we have the air show 7-8th with the thunder birds

    • Nikki Wynn

      May 7, 2016 Reply

      We are anchored out now and are watching them zoom on by! So stinking cool!!!

  • jack

    April 23, 2016 Reply

    hi,

    silly question but i was wondering which wordpress plugin you use to do the map as it relates to posts? i've been looking around for a few but haven't found anything i like yet.

    • Gary

      April 27, 2016 Reply

      its Mapify Pro I believe?

      • Nikki Wynn

        May 7, 2016 Reply

        It is, I just added a link above along with a discount code for 15% off!

    • Trae

      May 7, 2016 Reply

      Hey Jack, I see Jason and Nikki haven't had a chance to get back to you yet but I am sure they can shed more light on this when they get a chance. However, I was looking for the same answer to your question and couldn't find a good map plugin either. I had to do some tricky web development stuff but I think I found they use a plugin called pretty routes. I googled it and the first link (for me) is for code canyon - ironically the same place I pay for my themes. (They are really good.) It costs about $20 but for wordpress the people who design better plugins want to get paid for their craft. If you are looking for a simpler free map - I have been using Nomad World Map. Its very simple but its one of the best maps I've found for tracking places you've gone and places your going.

      Also, since this is my first time commenting on the Wynns webpage (longtime lurker) - SHOUT OUT to you guys. You were an inspiration and huge help for my wife and I going full-time in a 1976 Argosy trailer. Thanks!

      • Nikki Wynn

        May 7, 2016 Reply

        Thanks Trae! I was waiting to respond as I had reached out to the creators asking if we could get a discount code for our readers. Luckily they said yes! So, I have added the info above. Nomad World Map is cool too (especially for free) but not as interactive. All depends on what you are looking for and how you want to track your travels. I have also seen people use Google Maps too (like Nina of WheelingIt.us).

        • Trae

          May 9, 2016 Reply

          YES! Thanks for writing a reply and I am super pumped I didn't pay for the map yet. Thanks for reaching out about the discount - I am super excited to add it to our site.

    • Nikki Wynn

      May 7, 2016 Reply

      Hey Jack, we seem to be getting that question a lot recently so, we just added the map info above along with a discount code. It is very cool software.

  • Joe Allen

    February 28, 2016 Reply

    Jason & Nikki; can you just drive from Anchorage to the Kenai peninsula? Definitely want to visit there on our Alaska trip!
    Thanks!

  • Mark & Jodi Schuttler

    January 30, 2016 Reply

    I tried to ask for some Blog help from you guys on your Facebook, but my wife and I are going to soon be full time RVers and we are starting a travel blog called bobbleheadtravelers. I love how your Map is interactive with people and I would like to have that type of map for my blog, can you please help me find links or ways to get a interactive map like yours.. I am using Wordpress for our blog. Any advise would be greatly appreciated... We have followed you guys a lot and have learned a lot from your videos and blogs... Thank you so much.. You guys are so inspiring to us new rookie RVers... Thank you for you help.. Mark and Jodi

    • Jason Wynn

      February 1, 2016 Reply

      Our map is a customized version of Mapify Pro.

  • Patrick & Kathy Robbins

    January 25, 2016 Reply

    Just discovered your site & videos - fantastic effort all around - we've really enjoyed vicariously vacationing in Alaska especially with you
    Curious if you've ever considered installing one these on your unit: http://www.safe-t-plus.com/our-products/model-41-230/ We did and it really made significant difference to our 2002 Itasca Suncruiser 32V

    Thanks from fellow Texans & RVers!

  • Robert and Kathy

    January 23, 2016 Reply

    Hello long time followers sounds kind of wacky but I have a tech question for you I need your help I have inherited a 2012 rambler trip sister of the Vesta you had heres the question at the door there is some switches one set is a water pump water heater and levels check if we want hot water with the propane we use this switch but where is the switch if I want to use the water heater with just electric the rest of the switches are clearly marked do you guys remember this at all the manuals just say turn the switch on but where is it I'm lost I told you it was a wacky question off course its a saturday night and we had no one else to turn to anyway my wife told me to email you guys Your followers and friends Robert and Kathy from Key Largo Fl

    • Nikki Wynn

      January 23, 2016 Reply

      Ha ha, we know how it goes. You are in luck (maybe). We've had a couple of beers so we can't remember which side but...there is a switch down below at the entry door (unlabeled of course) and when flipped a light should come on. That is the switch for the electric water heater. Let me know if you find it! Happy camping!

  • Patrick

    January 20, 2016 Reply

    Howdy from the DFW area, wow, what can I say, great blog and great website. my wife and I are just starting our journey in RVing, and we've been considering a used diesel super C, but was recently offered an older 1998 Fleetwood American Dream diesel pusher from a friend who, due to health reasons can't enjoy it anymore. Neither of us are too concerned with all the new flashy stuff and don't particularly need a new RV to eat the depreciation on, so what are you opinions on buying an RV that old as long as the maintenance has been kept up wth and we're happy with the layout?

  • Doug T

    January 9, 2016 Reply

    Hey you guys. Second year in a row your Christmas card was returned. What is your new mailing address? Carrolton is obviously no good any more!
    Doug in Lake Havasu City!

    • Jason Wynn

      January 11, 2016 Reply

      Lots of big changes in our lives this year, can't wait to catch up with you. I'll shoot you an email.

  • art & sunny

    January 9, 2016 Reply

    We saw your motorhome today at rancho jurupa regional park, while we were bike riding around. Very nice. Must be great to travel everywhere full time. Hope you liked thepark we stay here very often on both camp sides. Dont forget to play some mini golf lol, my fience got a hole in one some how!

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