While the phrase “travel bug” may sound pandemic worthy (don’t worry, it’s not), it is pretty accurately named. The “travel bug” is that never-ending desire to explore the world around you – and as all wanderlust junkies know, once you’ve hit the open road a time or two, the travel itch won’t go away until you do!
Further symptoms of the “travel bug” include:
— Daydreaming that an elevator will open its doors and sweep you to a foreign place instead of your 5’x7′ cubicle.
— Constantly counting your vacation days.
— Saving all your spare change for a road trip to a national park. (We don’t blame you – there’s adventure waiting in your own back yard!)
Photo @ladzinski / #BigHornCanyon is one of Montana’s many hidden gems. When you’re standing at the edge of #DevilsOverlook you feel like you’ve walked into a piece of the Grand Canyon. It’s the perfect place to watch the sun go down. Thank you @peakphotographymt for recommending this great location and taking me there to see it! @donniesexton1 #montanamoment @visitmontana
— Planning your next trip while simultaneously trying to get over jet lag.
— Adorning your home with your most prized photos of your last trip (which just inspires you to travel more).
Either way, once you’ve been bitten by ‘the bug,’ remember that wherever the road may take you – be it near or far…
Where is your next adventure taking you? A photo posted by Rand McNally (@randmcnallyofficial) on