The Open Road

How I long to be self-sufficient and free – an explorer in uncharted territory, a cowboy on the open range, a vagabond with nowhere, in particular, to go – traveling without schedules, reservations, or connections, having responsibilities to no one but myself and my companion.  The open road before me, my worries behind.

All that I need – food, clothes, bed – I carry with me. I can stop where I wish, explore where I want.  Once I have liberated myself from everyday burdens, my mind clears; I see life with a new and exciting perspective.

Traveling with a trailer gives me surprising freedom and opens adventures for which I can’t possibly plan. Try it sometime.

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