In fact, we have come across a number of snowbirds that have been to the exact same location with no thought about travelling anywhere out of the range that they have been in for years. I am beginning to think that this could be a way for us to do our future trips, now that we have found our possibly best winter destinations. The appeal of making an annual pilgrimage to the same camping area every year is that we get to see the same people we have camped with in previous years, and we know the best hiking trails to explore and the best shopping/restaurants that the area has to offer.
But then again, what about the appeal of visiting new places, meeting new people, and exploring new sites. Somehow, I think this option appeals to me more, just because I was born with itchy feet and have always loved exploring new, out of the way locations.
What I am learning is that the benefits of living our snowbird/nomadic lifestyle is that we can choose to do both. And in fact, we have learned that we can easily explore both sides of the continent, enjoying all the benefits of the south, whether it is the hot humidity of Florida, or the cool, dry temps in Arizona, the world is our oyster and we intend to make the most of every opportunity that presents itself.