Sixteen hours driving, four bathroom breaks, three tanks of gas, and zero problems! As far as long road trips go, this was pretty easy. We didn't hit any traffic, only passed two cops (but were doing the speed limit), and only hit a little pocket of light rain for about fifteen minutes. Pretty good, right?
Even better, my dog was a trooper. He didn't whimper once the whole time. He leaned up on the console THE ENTIRE TIME and every once in a while would switch it up by pushing his nose under the arm of whichever one of us was sitting in the passenger seat as seen above.
We got in just after 11pm on Saturday, and on Sunday morning I went on a hunt for groceries. I thought I'd do a fridge check post, since this is probably the only time I'll ever have a clean enough fridge to post on the internet.
Middle shelf: Three English cucumbers, a bag of kale, sprouts, a stack of meat (ground hamburger, ground bison, chicken and turkey bacon).
Bottom shelf: Celery, romaine, green beans, cauliflower.
Top shelf: ice trays, the best bread ever, frozen broccoli, Amy's burrito.
Bottom shelf: Frozen fruit for smoothies/sorbets, the best English muffins, salmon.
Looking forward to settling in and getting some yoga on the beach classes going. If you're local, check facebook for updates!
*****UPDATE***** It was just brought to my attention that Honest Tea is owned by Coca Cola. Coca Cola spent $1.7 million dollars on advertising to vote no on prop 37 in California, which would've required labeling of GMO products. Because of that reason, I will not buy Honest Tea in the future. Another contributor to the advertising campaign was Dean Foods, who owns Silk (the almond milk shown in my fridge). Looks like I won't be buying Silk products anymore, either. Ugh. Read more about the other organic and natural foods brands owned by larger corporations here.