I don't know if I could sustain this intense road tripping for long and blogging would certainly fall by the wayside if I were to do so. I do love the road though and I can see myself living a more relaxed, more limited road trip lifestyle. After all I did it for over a decade when I worked in show business. I didn't get much writing done then, but I can't blame the traveling for that. I just had other priorities. If I were traveling like I did back then, regular writing would not be much of a problem.
During my traveling days our average daily drive time was rarely much more than 150 miles which is only 2 1/2 to 3 hours. There's still time for sightseeing and doing work if work is what funds my traveling. With my computer and WiFi I can do anything I do at home and have far more inspirations along the way to prompt my writing.
One day maybe--that's my dream. To be able to travel and write and even work along the way. Performing would be nice if that option were available to me. Lecturing, conducting workshops, or some other similar endeavor sounds attractive. The opportunities are out there. Perhaps when my wife retires in a few years we can consider that option.
Road tripping is fun. The life of a road writer lures me. Then again, staying home is not bad either. I guess I'm looking for the best of both worlds.
Do you write much when you are traveling? Could you live on the road? What is your ideal writing dream?