It is a tradition. When the last day of school arrives and the last teacher deeds are done, my bride, Martha, and I pack our bags and take off for as long as she wants to be gone. Some years, I play the part of her plane ticket. Other years, we do like we did this summer. We take our Nikken Wellness Home on the road. While some travel by motor home, Martha and I love her 2003 Honda Odyssey that still gets about 400 miles to a tank of gas. Funny how that's about all the time we care to spend on the road on any given travel day. Even though we have a rough idea of where we will be at the end of the day, we typically book our rooms for the night on the fly. Our first choice is always Space-A military lodging. Yet, space available is just that. If we have to go "civilian," we book online with one of those apps. When we arrive, just like parking an RV, we establish our camp for the night. No matter where we stay, the air filter goes into the room first, gets plugged in, and turned on. Even though we don't have to pitch a tent, we do have to make our bed. We strip the bed to the bottom sheet, lay out our two mattress toppers, put the top sheet over those, and then top it off with our comforter. Every third day, we set-up the PiMag waterfall and refill our PBA free Sports water bottles that we keep in the cooler. The cooler is also a great place for our Super Ciaga, especially if the room doesn't have a fridge. Just like at home, we end our day by setting up our nutritionals for the next day. While the photos upload to Dropbox, we get an awesome night's sleep. In the morning, we start the day with Kenzen Vital Balance. After the morning rituals, we break "camp" in reverse order so that the air filter is the last thing to leave our hotel room. Then, we are off for more adventures. After 7,792 miles, we were even better than when we left home because we enhanced our health that started at home with a great trip. With Fall Break right around the corner, we are already packing our bags and excited to take our Nikken home on the road again.