The Wanderlusty Dilemma

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The problem for the wayward wanderer want of a daily change of scenery is simple. Of course, the problem isn’t the beauty that you can see in everyday things when you haven’t seen them before, or the utter thrill of just being a real life adventurer. The problem primarily lays in the fact that when you’re always uprooting, you never take root…

It’s able to be overlooked most of the time; it’s hard to dwell too much on being alone when I’m surrounded by the good time bike rides with Tristan. Now and then, though, a cold beer at a local bar with an old friend or two wouldn’t be turned away.