Why We Travel

The Landcraft unpacked and cooling in the driveway, Charlie pulls up a metal chair to the table where he has eaten breakfast for four years, sits down and looks out the window towards the trampoline that he has not jumped on in five weeks. “It feels different,” he says.

One Reply to “Why We Travel”

  1. I know that feeling. When we traveled and returned home, it seemed to be a newly discovered place. I remember picking up our dog(s) at the kennel after we returned from a trip only not to be greeted by a dear dog eager to see us but one who pouted and quietly ignored our sudden appearance….a bit of punishment for leaving him/her behind. Maybe our homes and trampolines miss us when we are gone.

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