Those days are gone indeed. Now we get crammed into sardine compartments with farty, germy air and we fly. I rode a train in Scotland once, a long time ago, and it was pleasant, but mostly because there weren't that many people on the train. :-( Nice write.
Anymore it's just hurry and get from point A to point B.
When we're on our boat and cruising down the river we've not lost our art of travel.Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
I wholeheartedly agree...
the art of traveling...yes !!
We sure are in a hurry these days. I quite like an overnight coach ride as dire as that may sound. I'm usually the only one awake but I enjoy the time to myself. Elbows and all!
I hope we haven't lost the art of travel because I'm hitting the road in a few weeks.
Bigger Girl and Little Girl rode the City of New Orleans train to Chicago and back a couple of years ago. They loved it, and i've thought about taking train trips since. It actually is a nice way to go.
How the landscape suffers for desrth of mythic beings , such is our haste and concentrated vision ...
So true, right?"/
Still it's possible... Just hop on the train,
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