Breezy wasn’t without a vehicle the entire trip. Sometimes the crew would all pile in the rented truck, leaving Breezy and Rai with the SUV. Exploration was at hand.
Despite the fact that nomad blood coursed through her veins, Breezy had never really traveled much; at least not when compared to all the different places in the world still left to go. She had been to Washington D.C. on a field trip with her school and she had been to Hawaii with her family, large box vacations, mostly. So when her husband sludged through the door one day after work, shed the layers of the day at the door, sat down and said, “They are sending us to Nebraska for two weeks,” Breezy was ecstatic. “We’re coming too.” Her husband’s grin peeked at the corner of his mouth. “Ok.” It was settled.