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”
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.
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.
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…”