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  1. Those replies have now been moderated away as have many others. It looks like the original post that claimed plagiarism is finally gone too. As a Newmar owner, that subgroup has been very helpful over the years, but I do not agree with the heavy-handed and seemingly arbitrary moderation policies and the elitism of some participants.
  2. Here's a guide to mobile routers which should do what you want and more: https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/routers
  3. The latest version of the app has some serious problems. You aren't alone - it seems to be affecting thousands of customers.
  4. Wow, thanks again for the great responses!
  5. Thanks for the replies all, very helpful!
  6. Hi all, We've decided to try to hit Teton and Yellowstone in late May/Early June. Our late planning is obviously not ideal, but we are hoping for some advice on decent places to stay for a 40ft Motorhome that will have some cellular access (We carry Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile). We are willing to boondock and drive to see sights. The reservable park campground are already booked up, naturally. Looking at Campendium, there are so many options, but it's not clear from the reviews where we would fit - many reviews are old or incomplete. Any suggestions for further research are greatly appreciated!
  7. That message is normal and it's just letting you know that your data use is approaching AT&T's network management threshold. "Network Management" just means that your data will have a lower priority on the network. It will only affect you when the cell tower you're connected to is crowded - in that case your speeds might slow down. It does not have any other effect nor does it limit the amount of data you can use.
  8. I found mostly what I was looking for: www.travelmap.net That's what I plan to use, the feature set is pretty good.
  9. Thanks for the reply! We do have a Facebook group and Facebook does have some geo mapping features, but it doesn't have an interactive map that will show routes, links, etc. at least as far as I'm aware
  10. Hello! We recently started fulltiming and I'm looking for an online travel map solutions so friends/family can follow us. There aren't any options that I can find that meet what I'm specifically looking for: Historic route Stops/Points on the route The ability to add descriptions or links to the points/stops Ability to embed the map on a website or, alternatively, have a public link to the map. Google Earth limits the number of points per route Most travel mapping apps are designed to for travel planning, not a historic record of actual travels. The closest I've seen is the "Nomad World Map" wordpress plugin. I'm willing to pay for a premium service. Are there any resources I've missed? Thanks! -Andy
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