I must be CRAZY, but I would love to take my family on a road trip. We would go to a Braves game, maybe a theme park, and of course end the day, preferably, beach side.
When I was in eighth grade, my whole grade went on a "Georgia Studies Tour". We went and saw the Okefenokee Swamp, Savannah, St. Simon's Island, and multiple civil war battle grounds along the way. I never realized how much there was to do in the state that I live in and so much that was so close to home! I would love to take my family to experience our great state the way that I did.
My husband and I went to the same middle and high school. We are two years apart in age, so we never met each other. His class didn't get to go on this tour and he has regretted it. I would love for him to get the opportunity to experience something so "epic".
My husband and I enjoy learning through our expeditions. And with his busy life at work, we sure could use some quality, enriching time together as a family of three.
That is why I love this post over at Dooce. Her family had the opportunity to celebrate her son's birthday by exploring a "part of the state where magnificent stone arches formed over millions of years disrupt the landscape in an otherworldly orange". The pictures are beautiful.
Hyundai Epic Play Date from dooce on Vimeo.
Isn't the video amazing? Just recently Hubby and I went with the whole extended family to Zoo Atlanta. And I'm so glad my husband and I stop to take time to "smell the roses".
If you could go on an "Epic Play Date", where would you go? What would you do?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.