Something to remember when you are running tubeless and this has happened to me already. I have 2 gravel bikes. A Raleigh Roker which is my go to race bike and a Raleigh Tamland 1 which I call my beater bike. I don't ride my beater bike very often. Last spring I took it out for a spin. I then put it in the basement. When I went to ride it again it had a flat tire. It only had a small thorn in it. Because the bike sat for such a long time the sealant had all dried up in one spot. If your bike is going to set for awhile you need to rotate the tires to prevent this. I see a normal recommendation of adding sealant every 6 months but I guess that depends in what type of climate you live in or what sealant you are using. Just a FYI. Love riding tubeless even though it took me awhile to get use to running a 1/2 flat tire.
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman