I’m all ready to go, but Canadian Spring says no.
Tag Archives: Packing
I have been stressed, getting ready for this trip. Now that all the pieces are in place, hopefully my stress level will go down.
On Your Mark…
Well, it happened. I’m finally a resident of Saskatchewan. Included with this acquisition are a driver’s license and vehicle registration, so my Truck is Canadian now too. The Truck was a long process that required customs forms, vehicle inspections, and vehicle modifications. The driver’s license was equally complex, but they’re both done now. These wereContinue reading “On Your Mark…”
Preparation brings me solace. It’s the only way I can go on these adventures.
Winter Camping: It’s a thing…
Had I been on my own, I wouldn’t have lasted the night.
I figured out some time ago that eating poorly can make travel miserable. Prepackaged, processed food-like substances found in airports and convenience stores conspire against me, and leave me feeling gross. I like being prepared when I travel. I also like eating well, so in anticipation of an upcoming road trip, I’m starting to thinkContinue reading “Road Food”
I was talking to a friend recently, describing all the things I carry in my truck. It’s a lot of stuff. It was a lot before I built out the back for Truck Camping, so now it’s even more. I carry camping supplies and food and water, and a lot of sundries like duck tapeContinue reading “Being Prepared”
Planning & Packing For The Road And The Sea
I love planning for trips. Blame Burning Man. For years I made lists and packed tote boxes preparing for multiple contingencies in the desert. I’d pack Pepto in case of a bad stomach, cold medicine, all the hand sanitizer in the world and baby wipes. I still carry all of those things when I travel.Continue reading “Planning & Packing For The Road And The Sea”