“Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It’s not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; it’s a day you’ve had everything to do and you’ve done it.”Margaret Thatcher
Logistics logistics logistics.
I’m a detail person. I don’t aspire to achieve anything of greatness or even mediocre-ness. What I do want is every detail planned and every possible contingency thought through and thoroughly worried over.
Yep…I’m a planner and a worrier. So transitioning from a secure and stationary home to life on the road with Kirk, our dog, two cats and adequate provisions has many parts and pieces to fret over and I’ve fretted over every one of them.
The reward is being able to relax with a morning cup of tea, watching our cats frolic happily in unfamiliar settings, running our healthy dog off leash in an abundance of larger than life lawns, and knowing that Kirk and I have already started realizing the dream of life as vagabonds on the roads and highways of the greatest and most diversely landscaped country on earth.
We don’t really know where, how long or what we’ll see or do, but we’re on the road to find out.