As our next travel out into the big world fast approaches, I have been doing a lot of soul searching as to why Dave and I travel so much.
While other people are content to put down roots, see their friends regularly and take their yearly vacations and getaways, we always feel the need to keep moving. I think that putting down roots is a great thing, don’t get me wrong. Many times while we are traveling, we discuss how nice it would be to go home and find the perfect place to live out our days. How excited we are to see our friends and family and how this time we are going to finally get traveling out of our system, buy a place in the country and live out our days in harmony.
I guess that there are certain people in this world that are just explorers through and through. But every time we come home, we feel differently. Once the honeymoon period is over, after we have seen our friends and family and after we are successfully back at our jobs, we instantly start feeling the need to leave.
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