An emotionally questionable woman and her emotionally questionable dog hit the road, living and traveling in a mechanically questionable 1988 Ford Econoline van.
*jealous sighYou are far more adventurous than I friend.
Hey Eva! Very insightful! And your van looks great. This trip of yours is so exciting!
Expectations are like the extra pair of shoes you bring with you on vacation. All they do is add weight, and they're rarely if ever useful.
I'm also amazed at the kindness of strangers when on the road...why should I be surprised though??? Hope our little donate will get you some gas or food (hopefully not gas from food) or good times. Larry says hi! John Judy I am stealing your quote!FYI "donate" button doesn't work in this section.
You're sorta right in that generalization about RVers, but we're not all like that, really. Some of us are young and even kinda cool, dammit! :)If you're coming through Colorado, look for us in Denver over the next couple of weeks, we'll be glad to shatter those stereotypes.I admire your courage in taking this trip on your own, with your pup of course. The longest solo road trip I ever took was when I rode my Yamaha Virago from San Francisco to Yellowstone. I was about to get married, and I knew if I didn't take that ride then, I'd never do it. I was right, I haven't traveled solo since. I'm so glad I took that trip, I'll never forget it.
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