From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
When I was younger I could easily get ready for a camping trip or road trip. I would throw my tent, sleeping bag, a backpack, dried food and my boots in the car and I was off. Sometimes the adventures lasted a long weekend and others were months long. It was so easy to go.
In about a month I am getting ready to leave for 3 months in my still nameless Roadtrek. Where am I going? I am a wanderer so 100% of this trip is not planned. Oh thank goodness, one less list. I do know I am starting my trip with Miss Elsie the cat on board, driving north to the Hells A’Roaring Horse Round-up in Gardiner, Mt.
What a different person I am now. I have lists. Lots and lots of lists. When did I try to become this organized? I have lists for everything. Don’t get me wrong, they are helpful yet where did the pack it up and go spirit wander off to? Maybe it is age related (I hate this idea). Maybe it is becuase I have an RV instead of a tent and now travel with my home. Lists are just part of the planning now. Thank goodness for the computer as I get to keep my lists on the computer now, well mostly.
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