Remember where you’ve been … using Google Maps

  By Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.com We’re currently visiting the San Francisco Bay area and decided to call up our friends, Rusty and Tony who live in a beautiful houseboat in Sausalito. We were happy to learn they were home and available! When they asked if we needed directions, I said, “No, I have your place marked on Google Maps from... Read More

Winegard introduces high-performance WiFi extender

  By Bob Difley The Winegard ConnecT is a long range, high-performance WiFi extender allowing users to get WiFi where others can’t. Designed for the mobile environment, this WiFi extender increases the range of existing WiFi hotspots. It improves the overall customer experience by connecting from the comfort of your own vehicle. Setup is easy with the step-by-step instructions, which... Read More

Your own map of visited states

    By Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.com Would you like to have your very own map of visited states?  Many travelers include this as part of their email signature, or in their blog posts or on Facebook.  It’s easy and free by going to http://epgsoft.com/.  Just choose ‘Visited States Map’ and ‘Create Map.’  You should now see the choice of Visited... Read More

Mount, swivel, and tilt your RV’s TV any way you like it

Put that TV in your RV where you want it, then tilt it, rotate it, aim it down – or up. Whatever your best viewing angle. That’s what you can do when you mount this LCD TV Wall Mount Bracket. It features a full motion swing out tilt and swivel articulating arm for 13-42″ flat screen displays with VESA 75... Read More

Furkot: A funny name for a great trip planner

  By Chris Guld  GeeksOnTour.com There is no perfect Trip-Planning system, but that doesn’t stop us from continuing to look for one! Here’s a list of systems we have used: Streets & Trips (we even have a full set of tutorial videos on using this one) RoadTrippers – see article Roadtrippers for Trip Planning RVTripWizard – see article RV Trip... Read More

Live Stream your vacation with your Facebook Friends

By Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.com Have you tried Facebook’s new Live Streaming feature yet? It is so incredibly easy! Instead of just posting a photo of your vacation day, you use your phone’s Facebook app and tap the button that reads “Live Streaming.” Instantly, you’re able to talk to your friends and they’ll see the beautiful mountain behind you and the... Read More