How do you travel with Alaskan malamutes? This is a question that this author has been asked many times. My answer: Very carefully. I like to see all sorts of things in a city, but I know that sometimes the free stuff can be the best stuff, so I definitely research those when I’m planning. It can help your dollars go further when you mix in free and cheap attractions (like museums and parks and squares) to your itinerary, plus you might see some things that regular tourists overlook. Some of those things have been more memorable to me than other things we’ve shelled out big bucks for. I suggest also asking friends on social media for suggestions.
This is especially true when you are traveling for business and have to perform immediately upon arrival. Okay. I know women love to shop so what do we do when we find something we really like? Well, get a suitcase that you can check in going home or have it mailed to you.
The Boler was designed and manufactured by Ray Olecko. He based the design on his own family needs – a lightweight trailer that could be pulled with a car and accommodate two adults and two children. He was fascinated with fiberglass and had designed a fiberglass septic tank before he started producing the Boler travel trailer.
The link below is full of information on the Bowlus. The picture was borrowed from the site but we did see one at the Cottonwood Rally. The minute he pulled in, literally every camper left their campsite to go and see it, It took several hours before he was able to move on. What a totally incredible trailer.
Leave your shopping list at home! Go with the flow. Have fun looking and appreciating this country’s ethnic crafts. Enjoy the color and vibrancy of the local markets and market squares. Take pictures and buy postcards; collect teabags, soup packets, and chocolate bars. Keep a travel diary; use business cards as reminders of where you’ve been, what you’ve eaten and what pleases you the most.
Let’s get to the point, New York is New York and nothing else. It’s a city that we as human beings can be proud of, and a city that we as human beings need to preserve. It is, in many senses, the epicentre of everything. Thus, I present you a little photo commemoration of my time there.