Friday, August 26, 2011

Great American RoadTrip

Tomorrow we leave for Yellowstone. 

And if that's not exciting enough, we are caravaning to one of our countries great treasures with two other families.  And if that's not exciting enough, another family in Minnesota is currently packing up to meet us.

Four families, seven kids and ten days.

It's entirely possible that cars will break down.  I would bet good money that kids will break down.  We may see bears or wolves.  Hopefully no one will be attacked.  We've rented a big house together (very Big Love except with more than one husband).  The children have all been warned if they're naughty I will blog about them.  And I will.  It's punishment on a grander scale than usual, general effectiveness remains to be seen. 

It's going to be exciting.  I'm crossing my fingers it will be perfect in that warm, summer childhood memory kind of way. 

The best part is you are all coming along for the ride, in a bloggy kind of way...depending on my access to wireless.  Stay tuned.  The Great American RoadTrip starts tomorrow.


Connie J Jasperson said...

One of the all time best, all time worst vacations was a trip to Yellowtone in 1968. My father was an eccentric man and my mother was a frustrated woman. We just enjoyed every good moment and pretended not to notice the bad ones! There were so many more good and memorable moments than bad!

Sarah Tokeley said...

This sounds like fun, and I just know I'm going to want to hear all about it :-)

Johanna Garth said...

Connie, that's such a great description.

Thanks Sarah!

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