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    Yes! We've always tried to not use electronics on our road trips. Two years ago we we took a three week vacation to Florida and we caved and bought a portable dvd player. We had a strict rule of only one movie per long travel day! I too have great memories of singing and playing games on road trips! There are so many neat things to see when you look out the window too. I've seen so many funny signs and other things because I wasn't glued to a screen! :)

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    This year, AAA is offering kids' "Mini Map" with activities to complete while on the road. I just read about it in our recent AAA magazine, Westways.



    Donna

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