The trip home felt quick but relaxing. I expected to have to decompress for at least a week upon my arrival, but I already felt rested when I arrived. In the Army, recovery is what you do after returning from the field. It’s a process to get everything ready to go again. Normally, this processContinue reading “Recovery”
Tag Archives: Road Trips
I felt like a time traveler. I changed the time on the truck three times over the course of the trip, gaining an hour each time.
The next day, I started early. It was to be my longest day of driving.
Suddenly, I was ready to leave. I had plans to spend the night in a hotel, do laundry, and set off the next day. About half way through getting the kitchen ready for the last move of the season, I got the heebie-jeebies and knew I just wanted to go. I threw the few itemsContinue reading “Homeward”
Aggressive driving is not new to me, but I was unprepared for what I experienced near Montreal…
It’s a long road of plateaus and lakes and rivers and creeks and trees.
GO! GO! GO!
Heading into Manitoba, even in the dark, I could see fresh snow on the ground.
I’m all ready to go, but Canadian Spring says no.
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…”