As part of my current job I do a LOT of travel, to all sorts of places around the country. This week is another of those.
Which, of course, raises questions from those who haven't gone many places over the past 2 years - what's it like, how bad are the airline cancellations/hotel policies/local restrictions/whatever? Which has a myriad of answers, depending on where you go.
But, one thing I noticed today (and, to be honest, most every trip the past month). Big or small airport, commuter plane or jumbo, rental car company, restaurant or hotel chain - people out there are being decent, kind, and just genuinely nice and understanding and patient. I don't think I've run into a surly employee or manager in the past few months.
It speaks well to human nature.
I will concur. I made a trip to northern California in Dec, and the people were nice, even apologetic about the BS rules.
I have just stumbled onto your blog, and cannot understand how I did not stumble upon it years ago, so many reasons that I should have. Seeing that you are side gamer, in particular, made me chuckle. I don't advertise that part of my life, but there it is, lol.
Greetings, fellow small-l libertarian traveler. Keep the faith.
Thanks for dropping by! Going to do my best to start writing more consistently, even if I start small.
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