Where will you go?
It’s the question we hear most often. Where? Where will you stop? Where will you choose? Where will you pass by? A year seems like such a long, lazy, empty-but-for-possibility amount of time. Yet when we begin marking points on a map, measuring the miles against our ability to be cooped up in the rig together, it is quite clear there is not enough time to see all we desire.
So, we’re each making lists of our must-see places and things to do, and trying to find the best way (and best time of the year) to see each one. Our hope is to plan as we go, taking advantage of advice we hear on the road.
Me: Yellowstone, New Orleans, The Grand Canyon, volunteering on an organic farm
Patrick: Southern Utah, Colorado, see some real Midwest thunderstorms
List-making and daydreams take up increasing amounts of my time. Whatever I’m doing, there’s the quiet thrill of knowing I’m leaving. Everything is short-term.
Amazing Amy. I can’t wait to read along. What an amazing experience…I shall live through you vicariously for sure.
Ugh, autocorrected to Amy. Clearly, I know it’s Aimee. Annoying.