...the pain that comes with driving long distances. I've seen many of you mention it, whether it was commuting to work or the doctor, or on a road trip, but it really is painful, isn't it?
Yesterday, hubby and I drove up to the mountains about 70+ miles each way for a church campout - that was four hours of driving. We didn't camp, we just drove up in the morning and back in the afternoon. I drove due to some unforseen problems with my hubby's driver's license (that's a whole other beaurocratic nightmare that's not his fault, but have to battle with anyway).
So, now I understand what you mean. On the way home, my neck was hurting something fierce and today, my neck is sore, but my lower back has me sitting in my recliner most of the day.
I think it's the combo of having to sit in one position for too extended a period of time and the stressful driving of the mountain roads.
I had a good time, but I will never again be the one driving on a road trip.
Take care, all.
PS Did I mention the wonderful backseat driver that I had sitting next to me and how much better he could have driven?