Just finished reading it this morning. I enjoyed Doreen Orion's (great name) tales of her trip around the country with her psychiatrist husband, in their bus. It was the kind of trip I'd love to take. And if I can't do it now, I'll enjoy her vicariously. Being disabled hasn't lessened my love of travel writing any. Didn't like her book as much as Bill Bryson's, say, but I found her tales endearing and funny. I've also learned more about psychiatrists this month, through her book and also watching the show "In Treatment" on HBO. Even though Rock thinks my questions are better than the ones in the back of the book (thanks, Rock), I'm going to take the easy route and pick out a few that I found in the back of my copy. Sure makes my job easier. Choose as many or as few of these as you want. Even if you didn't read it, feel free to join in. How would it be to spend 24/7 with your significant other for a year? Have you gone on any epic road trips? Where did you go? Doreen said she would "never ever, Ever live on a bus." She said the same thing about going to a nudist RV park. Are there things you thought you'd never do in life but ended up doing anyway? How did they work? Are there any "things" you couldn't live without?