There’s no place like home

On day 106 of our incredible Alaska journey, after driving 4,644 miles in 23 days from Tok, Alaska, the Titanium was set up in its home in Central Georgia. One day later we were back at our home in Coastal Georgia.

This was truly the trip of a lifetime. Alaska is a very special place and I am so happy we were able to spend so much time exploring there. Stay tuned for some final thoughts on our trip in a later post.

Even though we have taken other cross country RV trips, this was by far the longest we have ever been away from our home in 30 years. While we were gone I didn’t realize how much I missed it until we drove the final miles across the salt marsh to our home.

Here are some final statistics from the trip.

Number of nights on the road                      105
Number of nights in Alaska                        50
Total miles driven                  14,454
Number of different campgrounds                        54
Number of States where we camped                        17
Number of Provinces and Territories where we camped                          3
Farthest North location traveled  Coldfoot, Alaska
Farthest West location traveled  Anchor Point, AK

12 thoughts on “There’s no place like home”

  1. Welcome home! From what I have been reading on your posts, I have to agree – it truly was a trip of a lifetime. You probably will not be able to get Henry to even drive over to Tybee for a while. 14,000+ miles is a lot of driving (and riding).

    Denise

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  2. Beth & Henry, Thanks for the great times Ruth Ann and I had with you throughout Canada and Alaska. We are hoping to see you two again when we pass near you in Georgia next spring. We are still in the Yukon today but will enter British Columbia on Wednesday afternoon. We are getting anxious to get back to the States and Arizona but have another 8-9 weeks to go to make our way there. Keep in touch. Ted & Ruth Ann Hindes

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    1. Ted and Ruth Ann, Looking forward to seeing you in our neck of the woods next year. We really enjoyed meeting ya’ll and hanging out with ya’ll in the different places. Haines and Ninilchik were two of the best places we went. You will have plenty of time to enjoy your trip back to Arizona so you won’t have to be doing the marathon drives!

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