I am unusually quiet as People #1 loads me into the truck for our long journey. For some reason I do not feel like meowing.
(Secret: It is slightly less traumatic to travel at night. No hot, glaring sun.)
We pull Airstream out of the RV park at 9:15 p.m. Sunday and I will NOT miss Barking Dog!
We pick up People #2 in front of the theatre and it is good to see him.
We drive for a few hours and finally stop at a KOA kampground at 1:30 a.m. It is KUTE that they spell it with a "k" -- just like "kitty"!
It is in Holbrook, AZ in case you want to track our long journey.
Here is Airstream resting at the KOA this morning. She is not too tired yet.
I go into the bathroom to wait for the inevitable picking-up-and-hauling-me-off-to-the-truck routine.
I get a brief sniff of the outdoors on the very few steps between Airstream and Chevy Truck, then put inside Truck. Back to the LONG day of travel thing. I am used to this.
We plan to go all the way to Oklahoma City before stopping for the night. It is a twelve-hour drive from Holbrook but we have to cover 2000 miles in only three days!
A-PAW-lo-gies for not having time to visit all my favorite kitty blogs to make my usual clever comments, for the next several days. I look forward to reading about all your adventures after we finally reach our destination of Durham, NC.
Thank You, Lord
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