“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”
– Yogi Berra
It’s travel time…again.
After two weeks of the lovely stationary life, I feel uninspired, reluctant, almost defiant, to prep the coach for tomorrow’s trek. But prep I will. Time to clean ‘er up, vacuum, mop, dust and de-cat-hair-ify the surfaces. Must do the laundry, run the dishwasher, and most importantly, stow all the stuff that has accumulated outside of their respective cabinets during this two weeks of non-rolling bliss.
BUT I SO DON’T WANT TO. Seriously.
Do you ever feel this way before hitting the road? Especially after some downtime? Or am I just the laziest, most pathetic RV Venturer out there? (Rhetorical, please.)
As I’m complaining, Bill (the He-Man of our duo) is doing much more arduous work than I have before me, as he preps the outside of the coach for transit. So I think I just need to buck up and be the RV Venturer that I claim to be.
Onward! See you on the road!