I have become somewhat attached to my new home for the next 2 years… It’s not your average size house but it does have wheels, so i guess you could call it a mobile home or a trailer. My home is a 2007 Toyota Tundra… we call her Thundra and my room is the passenger seat. It’s somewhat of a tight fit but the views outside the window always make up for that. It comes equipped with a rockin stereo that the local people are lovin when we pull into town blasting NWA "Straight out of Compton."  The Thundra is more then just a roof over my head. She is my trusty steed that will guide me through the highest mountain passes in the Himalayas and keep me cool while traversing the Sahara Desert in Africa. Unfortunately the world is not all by road there are a few points where we have to ship the cars.

I never thought I would find myself so attached to a vehicle that I would experience a sense of withdrawal when separated from it. We now find ourselves "Homeless" in Indonesia while our cars are on a boat somewhere bobbing along the ocean in route to Singapore. Without our cars we are just like every other tourist stuck on the well worn tourist path where everything is summed up in some sort of package tour where your probably the 5 thousandth person that year and the 200th person that day to see the same thing in the same way. The freedom that our cars give us is now becoming clear, I think when I see those Toyota trucks roll of the ship in Singapore I might just get down and kiss the ground they drive on.

—-Unfortunately, I wrote this blog about a week ago…we just found out today that the ship was delayed.  We will have an extra week without the trucks:(