There’s No Need to Rush

We often hear seniors talking about having travelled 500 kilometres in a day, falling into bed then doing it all again the next day and the day after. Not only do you miss out on seeing the sights but you miss the good spots at free camps and you run the risk of hitting wildlife that feeds at dusk and dawn. We call this roo time.

Why not sleep in, have a lazy breakfast then enjoy your journey.

When you’re retired, every day is a Saturday, right? What’s the rush?

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Slow down or you’ll end up as road kill too.
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9 thoughts on “There’s No Need to Rush

  1. That was one of the things we were really looking forward to, but it’s one of the hardest things to change. When we were working, and time was short, we had to travel full days to get to where we going. We try not to now, but still often find ourselves travelling for 5 – 6 hours in a day. Old habits die hard.

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