In this picture Oakley is strolling along with her head down. She could care less that the pannier boxes are on her back. I wanted to say that she is moseying along, but it didn't sound right. I did check the dictionary and mosey is a slang word derived from the word vamoose, but I was not given a derivative form adding "ing"! Mosey does mean:
mosey (mo'ze) vi. [...according to my Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language.
] [Slang] 1. to stroll, amble, or shuffle along 2. to go away; move along
So, I looked at the meaning of vamoose and just like mosey it is an Americanism slang word from the Spanish word vamos, meaning let us go. I seem to remember "vamanos al la casa" from Spanish class years ago, which is roughly translated "let's go to the house". I guess another way to say it would be to say let's mosey to the house!