Fifteen years ago when we began this podcast, we were just retired and ready to hit the road with the idea to share our adventures with listeners. Of course we had no listeners at the time. After 15 years, the listener base as expanded to over 10,000 downloads/month. We regularly hear from and meet listeners from all over the world as we travel. On 2 occasions in the last months, we have met loyal listeners that have "been in a campground near us" and said hello in person. THANKS to everyone who has reached out over the past 15 years to connect with your hosts. In this episode we try to take our listeners on a guided tour of the best of episodes from each year of our adventures. This has taken us to all parts of the US and the world.
Listen as we take you on a ride through the best of the RV Navigator.
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RV Navigator Episode 200
200 Episodes = 15 Years of Podcasting
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Over 50 detailed logs of our adventures documented daily for the past 15+ years
Below is a map of our routes over the past 15 years.
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“Best of the RV Navigator”
The first ever iPod was sold in 2001 for $399 (more expensive tha The original iPod features a 5 GB hard drive capable of holding 1000 songs in 160-Kbps MP3 format a high output amplifier a FireWire port, and a standard 3.5-mm headphone jack in an ultrasleek "iBook white" and stainless steel case with a 2-inch white backlit LCD display. Battery life is an estimated 10 hours.
Then (2006) right and now (2021) below.