2023 SKP ACRE: Two presentations

Smartphone Photography, Practical Tips for iPhone and Android

This presentation was live-streamed to YouTube. You can view the playback on our YouTube channel.

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Maps and Apps for RV Trip Planning

Whether you’re taking off for a quick weekend getaway, or you live fulltime on the road, there are lots of resources that will make your journey the best it can be. Jim and Chris of Geeks on Tour will break them down for you into 4 steps: Research, Plan, Navigate and Sleep. They will share their favorite maps and apps for each of these categories.

On this page, you’ll find the presentation, all the links, and some discussion about the seminar. To control the slideshow, use the buttons at the bottom left. Click the handout at right to download a printable copy.



Private link for Chris to edit

Links

GasBuddy.com (and app) iExit app -like Next Exit book History nearby and markers ExploreHereTheClio.com , HMDB.org
Daily Roads Voyager Webcam (Android only) State Lines: laws by state $5 iOS RVer tool collections: TogoRV.comRVLife.com
Alfred (free webcam) Tunity (listen to TV in bar) Where am I at?, includes county iOS Android
Campendium.com: park reviews including cell reception
TheDyrt.com crowd-sourced campground listings
Gen’l Info & social: FMCA.com Escapees.com RVTravel.com
RVLifestyle.comRVillage.com
Google Photos One home for ALL photos, searchable by location
Coverage: Cell coverage maps for all carriers $2.99 iOS MobileInternetInfo.com – definitive resource for staying connected Open Signal – crowd-sourced cell signal reports
BoondockersWelcome.com Night parking at homes $50/yr HarvestHosts.com $79/yr Night parking at wineries/farms/golf Passport America $44/yr
half-price campgrounds

For Fun – Diners, Drive ins, and Dives by State

Videos

All videos referenced in the presentation are in this playlist, plus many more. Scroll thru the list. Some are short, single-topic tutorials 3-8 minutes long. Others are recordings of our “What Does This Button Do?” YouTube shows and they are closer to one hour in length. Link to playlist on YouTube

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