Not really, but I have some fun photos I want to share. What a busy time driving across our province.
There are a lot of vacationers on the roads. All hell bent on getting here or there. In a hurry!
We were driving south along Rama Road, enjoying the fact that the traffic was headed north and we were headed south. The cars were fun to watch.
I recall George Carlin's monologue on 'STUFF', how you go somewhere and you take your stuff, some stuff, not all your stuff.
When you take a bus or plane, you have carry-on. (At least that is the theory - some passengers take EVERYTHING on!)
When you travel by car you are less limited.
When you travel in a camper there are creative ways to bring your STUFF.
Bring mini transportation. What a great idea! Better than bikes for the adults.
But, then, there are others who have to bring a trailer. This person was going a long distance.
Apparently, Mexico-US-Canada. It is the Cole Choken Cancer Run. We spotted him in Kaladar, on July 17.
I still believe that I can do more by volunteering in person, sitting with someone, or driving them to appointments, than by raising money for such a cause.
I know where my time and energy goes: directly to a human being. There is so much to having direct services.
That is my preferences, especially with the Pink Ribbon, Inc. machine that has hijacked the cancer cause.
Choken provides on his website: "interviews with victims, survivors and current battlers."<
Not all my Hospice clients see themselves as victims. They see themselves as people who need someone. And we get so much back from helping another person.
But, back to my travels...
Not all people can pack succinctly.
Perhaps, many cannot park succinctly! Not with this little hanger-on.
I loved the sight of this camper. Little car hanging on behind.
If you look closely, you can read the bumper sticker! 'Be patient with me. I'm pushing a big motorhome.'