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    about driving, some talk about benzedrine, a lot of talk about other stuff. I can't remember more than that. My Father, saturated with the mid century love of the day trip delivered our family to most places that could be gotten to in a five hour drive from Boston - and that didn't cost anything once you got there. A cross country trip is a different animal altogether. It takes an singular spontaneity to put small children in a car and set out for America. The thread of spontaneity does not run through

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    The smell of campfire smoke lingers in my nostrils. The breeze moves through the trees, creating a melody for all to hear. The bubbling sound of a brook can be heard far in the distance. Peace and tranquility settle upon my soul, and I feel that everything is right. Nature wraps its arms around me and I feel safe and comforted. I soon hear the sounds of children's laughter and the whooshing of bicycles going by. I finally open my eyes and pull myself out of my sleeping bag. Goosebumps cover my

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    Making this assignment had me at my advantage as I belonged from a family that absolutely travels a lot. As our family trips were influenced out by travel experiences by either one us or friends and relatives , it never really occurred to me as to what were the factors that influenced my family members to choose a destination with their own trips with their friends. With that, I asked two of my family members, both of which belonging to different generations but has a similarity of often spending

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    visit family members that lived out of state. The reunions themselves were things Merit did not care for, but everything else was, all in all, fun. The car trips were filled with cool conditioning, rest stop food, and sleeping with oldie music playing was pleasant enough. He would consider it a big bonus if said reunions took place near an amusement park and had cozy living arrangements. He was generally quiet and was not adept at being social with people that were strangers to him. Family to him

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    The Legacy of the Family Trip When I was twelve, my father, a member of the Air Force, was stationed on the coast of Southern California for three years. Since my grandparents lived in North Carolina, it became our family's summer tradition to drive across the United States for a yearly visit. As a child, I viewed the annual summer crossing with dread. Being cooped up in our old pink station wagon - with my parents, sister, and two brothers, for six days of monotonous travel - was not something

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    sister and I agree that we will let him have his fun too, it's not easy living with three other women, so we put on a happy face and act interested. Months go by and the departure day has finally arrived. My sister and I feel confident that the trip is going to be awesome, we have both saved up what seems to us like a lot of money and are readily prepared for whatever awaits us. As we get off the plane I feel as if someone has thrown a damp blanket on me, “Will I be able to take this? This is

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    My Family Disney Trip: 2014 It all started when I got out of school early to go on vacation with my family. It was a Wednesday afternoon, about two o'clock when I got pulled out of school early. It seem’d like I waited days to get out of school to go on vacation. Then, our family headed to the hotel we would stay there for the night. In the morning, we got on the bus and headed to the airport. My stomach was yelling,” Feed me food or you're going to die!” Our family got food for our yelling stomachs

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    One of the best family trips that I have been on occurred when I was about 8 years old. My family and I were invited to go on a 4th of July camping trip to Telluride by some family friends that have 5 kids the same ages as our kids. Several other good friends were also invited to join us. We prepared our camping gear, loaded up the car and hooked up our trailer with our Polaris Ranger. The long drive to Telluride was 7 hours and it felt like it took forever because we were so excited to arrive. Even

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    It was finally June and school just got over and we finally got to go on our family trip to Disneyland for their 60-year anniversary. It was a perfect way to begin summer. My brother and I jump into the truck fighting on who is going to sit on which side for the next five hours. Luckily, I got the driver side and got to sit behind my dad. After my dad gets us all packed up, we head on the road to Mesquite. Zac and I immediately start arguing over which movie to turn on. Four hours into the drive

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    The time that I made an “unexpected” friend was during a summer road trip with my family to Ocean Shores. This took us about two days to get there with stops in between. I remember watching the horizon getting closer as my Dad continued to drive towards the coast. While watching the clouds change from darkness to raining, and see the sun in another area at the same time. The clouds seem to make animal shapes and I would watch them traveling along with us. We would also, play games like I spy and

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