Thursday, January 26, 2012
Dressing Well on the Road
As you all know, I spend a lot of time traveling. I take as little as I can get away with, plus gear for varying temperatures as I don't always finish my trip where I started. The wardrobe is easy as I'm either in something that looks like Joe Friday wear, or resembles bio hazard gear.
Both easy to wash and wear (or simply incinerate).
At least I smell good.
Still, I'm sometimes looking around my hotel room for things to make myself more presentable in case I'm going out on the town while on an overnight in a city where I have friends.
This for example. At a very fancy hotel (I got a cheap rate) there was an additional sink and dressing area in the master bedroom with something hanging on the wall. . . what is this?
I have to tell you, after my shower, I used it for 15 minutes and it didn't dry my hair worth a %@*#.
So, while I look around for the 3 ounce bottles of cosmetics that scattered like BB's on the floor as I pack for a few more days out, I'll leave you with some real travel dressing advice from my favorite engineer.
After work is done tomorrow, I have four days off, so some posts will come up, slightly wrinkled but legible.
Cheers - B.