Last year, when the chance to take a big trip presented itself, I decided to do something “different.”
It started with an unusual noise, which you never want to hear at 65 miles per hour, and ended with a blown-out tire and my entire vacation sitting beside the road.
I was happy to pay extra for a sleeping car rather than try to figure out how to get kids to sleep in the coach section of the train.
It’s the old “spread your retirement throughout your life” argument.
It’s time to tally up how much I spent over the past (long) weekend, hanging out with friends at the Travelers’ Rest music festival in Missoula.
How much did I end up spending on my thirteen-day book-and-teaching tour (plus vacation)?
Since we’re transitioning from our Food Series to our Clothing Series, I thought I’d share how I’ve been handling both food and clothes on my current Book & Teaching Tour (Plus Vacation!).
Now they’re at risk of canceling more than 15,000 December flights.