Are you the on who always says “let’s go to the beach!” whenever your friends suggest a road trip? Well, this article is for you.
We planned to go driving all over California that one summer. We promised to stop at every fruit stand and mystery house advertised on peeling billboards.
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I want to feel complete bliss getting lost in the right direction with you.
“He did his usual walk around, checking the tires, but as he turned the corner, he heard a laugh, and a shadow took off running down the road.”
For the hours that we drive, we are caught in a protected net of time—no decisions need to be made just yet, no choices are sneaking up on us. There’s nothing we need to do or be other than here, now, and looking ahead.
Lesson #1: You cannot be afraid to pursue things that don’t make sense.
Luck favors the bold.
A sense of calm, as well as a fear of the unknown, comes over you as you start your solo drive across the United States for the first time. Your belongings in the back and your future ahead, the odometer tracks your progress on the open road.
This is going to sound self-congratulatory, but I think I deserve a pat on the back for having a superior vehicular aptitude.