My college gets out for summer break fairly late: I am not leaving for home until next Saturday. So here is my dilemma and maybe questions/advice:
-Next Saturday, I am going home aka four hours south of where I go to school, with my fish. They tend to get stressed out, but do alright in their cups in the cup holders of the car. Zamboni has taken the trip once already for winter break and back, and this will be Winnipeg's first.
-I am only staying home for one week and then I am coming back up to school for summer courses. (I changed my major and I need to play, "catch up," so that I am not a year behind for graduation) and I will be staying back up at school for six weeks or so, then I am back home for five more weeks, and then back at school early for my Resident Assistant Position, which we will stay there for the whole year.
-I am worried as to how stressful that is for my babies. It is going to be stressful for me! I would move them into the apartment complex I'm living in for the summer next weekend, but I just found out I may not be able to move in until the week of May 26th, so it isn't like I could put them in my room and buy 7-day feeders.
-How stressful is that travel? Over the course of three months, they will be in the car for approximately sixteen hours!
-How stressful is the water change?
They are going to be here at college, only one week of my house water, and then back up to the Apartment Complex water (that I am not sure is safe for them yet until I can get there) and then back home, and then back at school water.
Any advice to make their lives less stressful these next few months would be great! Thank you in advance!