“I Don’t Know Where I am AND I LIKE IT.”

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“I Don’t Know Where I Am AND I LIKE IT.” Aug 10, 2009
A true Travel Buddy will on occasion take over the total & complete driving chores for a short interval of your trip. This act of temporary total travel thoughtfulness allows the Lucky One; that would be me on the Amsterdam to Brussels part of our trip. The complete enjoyment of a trip without being concerned with speed limits, road signs, arrival times or even the general direction you are heading. This may or may not have anything to do with the oblivious one consuming an early morning space cake acquired legally in Amsterdam, your honor. A hangover is not an automatic get to be the Lucky one but will always be taking into consideration when the decision is made as who is to drive this part of the journey. Without the distraction of trying to keep track of where you are or where you are going, are you going to make the connection; a Total Joy of Travel takes over. . . “I don’t know where I am AND I LIKE IT.” This is a trust acquired from years of laughs, giggles & the occasional good natured spat between friends taken with good humor on numerous adventures of getting lost, found & lost again.

Happy the only thought in your mind as you enjoy sights you have never seen before & quite possibly never have the luck to seen again. The oblivious one may or may not even hear the driver exchanging friendly greetings with other drivers to the point of the international 1 finger wave to express his pleasure of being able to share the road with locals who are on their way to & from work who just happen to know what lane to be in on this glorious day in the middle of “ I don’t know where I am AND I LIKE IT.” There is but one simple rule, no matter what happens good or bad your only response can to be laughter no matter what happens. You must laugh and say thank you as you pay the additional charges for a missed connection, being late or additional gas to get back on track to your real destination. What a dumb as- must be said with the affection & laughter reserved for old & weathered friends. This happens so seldom, the chance is well worth it to achieve the nirvana of “I don’t know where I am AND I LIKE IT”. Remember to smile when you treasured time in oblivion is over & say thank you to your friend for their time will come soon & then say with a happy tone & a smile on your face; where the Hell are we this time, what time is it, how long have you been on this road? Then smile & say ”I don’t know where I am AND I LIKE IT.”
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Chokk says:
Still sad missed you in Brussls Bill:(
Posted on: Sep 15, 2009
vila says:
So true!!
Posted on: May 28, 2009
Sunflower300 says:
There's no better place to be... :)
Posted on: May 06, 2009
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