Up and still unpacked

We are ready for adventure!   Well Tuvia is really ready.  I still need to pack and it’s never simple, at least in my head.  I pack heavy for an overnight, for 2 weeks, for a year.  I want choice no matter how heavy the luggage gets, no matter what the weight, no matter what I bring home unworn.  Of course, when we use our car, I have no limits.  Traveling by air, sure, I have two pieces and there are issues of weight, but for an overnight to Saratoga, the sky’s the limit and don’t think it isn’t freaking me out at this moment.

What do I need???? I fear leaving home something essential even though there are lots of stores in the town on Saratoga, right Tara?

Tuvia is packed!  I know that without even checking.  He has taken just the basics.

Good thing he will not give me a hard time when I’m lugging down my overnight bag.

I will be ready by 9 and off we go to check out Tara and Scott’s new home-away-from-home!!!


I’m off….

2 thoughts

  1. I would never have guessed that you were a heavy packer! I always like to have options for clothing choices, but Mike is a minimalist in packing. I am trying to limit my traveling clothing for our next big trip. We will be doing a 14 cruise and I’m only bringing a carry on (plus tote).
    Enjoy your visit to Tara’s beautiful farm!

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