Well, not that ridiculous, but at one point I felt such a feeling. Here’s not what I did, but how I moved. You judge.
Friday. Saroma to Mombetsu by car, 1 hour.
Saturday. Mombetsu to Sapporo by car. 5 hours.
Sunday and Monday. Sapporo to Tokyo via Tomakomai and Oarai by ferry and bus. 27 hours.
Tuesday. Tokyo to Minneapolis by 747 in business class. 10 hours.
Friday. Minneapolis to Anchorage via Seattle by 737 in first class. 9 hours.
Thursday. Palmer to Fairbanks by car. 6 hours.
Sunday. Fairbanks to Palmer by car. 7 hours.
Monday. Anchorage to Saroma via Taipei, Tokyo and Memanbetsu by 747 and 737 in coach class. 24 hours.
After all this moving around, I felt a real urge to be stationary for a while. I always feel that way after a long trip, but this time I felt it more seriously. I’m going to stick myself in the proverbial mud of Saroma. Come and visit?