It takes a certain kind of person to enjoy a road trip, but i am in my 50s now, and the world is a honestly bizarre place from when I grew up, then my friends and I used to cherish taking a weekend road trip, regardless of what the destination was, but when my pal and I were out on the road, nobody could bother us; Back then there were no cell cellphones, so it was impossible to stay in contact with anyone, but this made the road trip a liberating experience, where I felt completely free.
- This freedom cuts both ways, because once my pal and I had car trouble in Portland, and had to stay there for a week trying to find another way home, and luckily Portland is a honestly hospitable city, and the locals took fantastic care of us during a bad time.
My friends and I were able to find a series of day work jobs in the Portland area, to quickly raise enough money to spend my money for the needed repairs… At this point in time, cannabis was not yet legal in Portland, although it was honestly common and generally accepted. One day the laws would catch up, however it seems that the people of Portland, Oregon have regularly been honestly accepting about marijuana. A few of my friends even scored day work jobs helping to harvest a field of marijuana plants just outside Portland. Thanks to cell cellphones and current technology, a situation like this genuinely would never happen this week. I am just gleeful it happened to me in Portland, a friendly town that takes care of its visitors.