“They” say you never really know what another persons life or experiences are like until you walk in their shoes. And so it is for the life of the adventure motorcycle traveler. Until you have to travel for an extended period of time with all your equipment on you or your bike, you can never know how it actually works. You never think of the “tools” of the trade or the sacrifices, or adjustments a person must consider for a life on the road. I’m packing my tiny version of a kitchen, my mini “spa” (with some luxuries that real adventure motorcycle travelers would never dream of hauling around), my shelter/boudoir, my wardrobe, my mini garage…… There’s a wide line between preparing for every eventuality and taking just enough to survive. I have to work hard to not overpack….and I still always do. I’m a gadget girl who wants to make sure she has or at least knows about all the supplies used by the experienced at whatever task I’m giving a go. One of the first things I heard about when researching a big trip was the need for me to acquire a “Go Girl” or any other brand of this type of device. I bought one and have to say I was a total 10-year-old giggling at the thought of using it. It’s supposed to keep a girl from having to drop her pants on the side of the road to go tinkle, for whatever reason – wind, cold, lack of privacy. There are lots of flat desert places in the world with high winds and no trees to hide behind. So I’m packing mine…..but I’m not sure I will use it.
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