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When the weather starts to turn warm, I get nostalgic. I was thinking today about a vacation I went on with my family when I was in elementary school.
We started in Kansas, went north to Mt. Rushmore, then headed west (while meandering) to Yellowstone park. It was a trek, and it was incredible. For much of the trip I rode in the very back seat of my parent's Buick station wagon, which meant that you faced backwards the entire time.
It's amazing how many details I remember, and I was only in the third grade. I wonder if people still go on trips like this? I'd wager not as much due to higher gas prices and lower airfares (I'm looking at you, Southwest).
Anyway, do you all have childhood vacation memories to share?