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October 12, 2010



Your list is so detailed! I love it.


cool game ideas! really, twenty questions can get old! sara likes to bring along "table topics" cards and some other game that has a deck of questions. they're a fun way to pass 50 miles or so :-) (p.s. I have really been enjoying the "you might also like suggestions"!)


I love long car rides for hubby doesn't like to be a passenger which is lucky for me! We have an 8 hour trip planned soon to NC and I am planning my project.


I love your post, and I love road trips! I knit a lot in the car too (Chris can only nap in the car -- if he's awake and a passenger, he often gets queasy!).

Have you tried Knitmap on the iPhone? It's great for finding knitting shops wherever you are. There's one for used bookstores too which I can't resist.

We haven't had much luck with audiobooks, but Chris downloads the Old Time Radio Shows on to his iPod. We love the detective mysteries after the sun goes down and we have a long ride back home.


I can knit but can't read without getting sick too :)


the kids LOVE the "I went to the grocery store and bought something that starts with a . . " game!!! we played it just saturday for the 45 minute drive there and back! :) good tip on the notebook in the glove box!


some great ideas on this list. i can't knit on the exit curves, but it's one of my favorite things to do on long drives. i really like listening to music on long rides or podcasts. 2 of our cars have satellite radio capability which i love, but only one has a current subscription, my next car will have it


I agree with keeping a notebook. My husband and I like to note Starbucks, flea markets and LYS's.


Sing-alongs! Until our kids hit the tween years, we'd enthusiastically sing "You Are My Sunshine", "Workin' On The Railroad", and similar songs. Sometimes DH joined in. Sometimes he endured.

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