24 hours till launch, not lunch. Packing is taking its toll on the brain. Do I need this, do I need that, etc. The issue I have is it is one thing to go to say California and back on several BDRs. Anything happens, in reality I have AAA, AutoZone, FedEx, etc. Are we really that remote? But Cuba, dang, if I loose a fuel pump or a wheel bearing or, god forbid, drop a valve......nuts. My curse is knowing every single moving part of MechanicO and also knowing what CAN happen to any one of those moving parts. I did get over this many years ago and just have to go with what the great mecha-gods serve me. But if I do have an issue, please, oh please let it be mechanical and not electrical! Even then I will have my laptop with me and can take a deep dive into the Motec M130 ECU I rewired MO for. But still, all that can tell me is "yep, your crank sensor is jacked!". So here are a few shots of two tables worth of the crap I am bringing. My goal was to maintain my usual kit: side paniers and top bag ONLY. If I need more than that I am doing something wrong. And then of course I had my last online Spanish class with the best dang Spanish teacher, Cynthia. I have talked about this in other threads but I really like the app iTalki. You pick your language and then select an instructor that looks to fit you as well as budget, then just schedule lessons. A lot of the instructors give an inexpensive or special priced intro lesson to see if you click. Cynthia has been fantastic. She has the patience of a saint. She just sits there and lets me stumble and butcher a simple phase like "How was your weekend and what did you do?" for the next 3 minutes. Then when I am done, we go back, break it down and fix anything that needs fix'n. Trust me, I am really familiar with the word "Incorrecto". I'll see if it is worth reporting anything while on the road next few days. Just a lot of Colorado and then even more Texas sitting in a truck listening to polka music or podcasts on early 15th century knitting history and techniques.