Mapping The Nomad's Travels
“You look at where you're going and where you are and it never makes sense, but then you look back at where you've been and a pattern seems to emerge.”
– Robert M. Pirsig
Maps are cool, right? That's why we've added a way to see where we are, and where we've been. Feel free to interact with the map below because it's active just like us! If you like the technology and want to use it yourself then checkout SpotWalla. It's written and maintained by our friend Jason and it's used by all kinds of travelers from all over the world. The best part is IT'S FREE! Read the info below the map for instructions on interacting with the map.
To change what's being displayed on the map above click the button at the top of the map that looks like a small half-moon. Here you can change the 'Fill Percentage' and 'How Much History to Display'. The map defaults to display our last 60 days of travel but you can change it to see more of our travels. The little dots and arrows you see on the map are like tracking breadcrumbs showing where we've been. Clicking on a dot will show you more details. To make the map load faster it only shows 60% of our actual tracking points. To increase the amount of detailed tracking points adjust the 'Fill Percentage' option to a larger number. But be warned, the higher you change this number the longer the map page will take to load and display. Finally, use the + and - to zoom in or out as needed to see more or less of our traveled route.