I want to go back here:
I want to go everywhere. I mean everywhere. I always have. My grandmother used to call me a gypsy because I was always talking about going, going, going. Then, when I became an adult - think 19-21, domestic flights were cheap - very cheap. AOL was booming and I was meeting people left and right. I went to Minneapolis, Chicago, New Orleans, Orange County in California, Ohio (all over), all with long layovers, so I could explore a bit.
Neither of my parents have this wanderlust, nor did my grandparents. My husband's desire is not as strong as mine, nor are our children's.
So what spurred this latest wanderlust happening? My friend told me about a survey a graduate student put out about who, why and how people homeschool - this is her dissertation. It was a simple one, but when it came to why we homeschool, I said mainly because of the curriculum offered in public schools, but also because we wanted to travel. That is true, it was one of the reasons, but we haven't traveled yet.
Then, on Facebook, a Homeschool group I belong to posted an article about homeschooling while RVing. Really? Any more signs out there?
How do those of you who LOVE to travel, but live with homebodies, handle it?