IANAL... but here is MY interpretation and reasoning......
As an OTR truck driver, I carry (with permit from MS) all over the country.
My "home terminal" (workplace) is in another state than my residence, and both states are "legal to own".
I see it like this....
I leave home for "work" and that is my destination (eventually).
I leave "work" for home, and THAT is my destination (eventually).
ALL others are just "passing through" with short stopoffs.... just like a "traveller" on vacation.
My actual DESTINATION will ALWAYS be either "home" or "work" if asked by authorities.
(and they can't know/prove otherwise)
IF you are travelling on a trip, I would say for you to pick a "destination" that is a "legal area" to be your REPORTED destination if asked.
"They" have no way of knowing or determining if you are actually going there or not, or if you even went there.
It's your word/report that sets the stage in that case.
A trip which is a "loop" can LEGALLY have the same location as "origin" and as the "destination".
(this is precedented and defined in truckers' DOT regulations, as well as by common sense, and should be admissable as "proof" if needed)
Again, I Am Not A Lawyer..... but I did reasearch this quite a bit.
Hope it helps.