she hoped she wasn’t really headed anywhere in particular,
but just in case she was,
she had taken precautions to ensure it would take
her an exceptionally long time
to get there…
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I’ve always had a fascination with cars, and road trips, but it wasn’t until June 2016 at the age of 37 that I got my driver’s license.
A few months later I got my first car, and with that, began contemplating my first epic road trip.
It was initially supposed to last a month, but because I’d been given the freedom to do what I want, it became a 45ish day trip traveling through almost every state in the continental US and totaling 12,000 miles of driving.