Did all the dream trips. When my son Colby the cheese had school days off we would throw our gear in the Jeep and take off. I would research areas and things to see and do for the amount of time we had. Never had a schedule or reservations just had a goal to get to and return. Took mostly state roads and saw alot of neat stuff. Amazing is all I have to say. From Roswell NM to Lincoln NM, Tombstone, Smokey Mtns. up over the top to GA, AK up through the Ozarks, Civilwar battlefields, Bigfootville in Texarcana, all of FLA, CA up the coast, LA to NY, NY to CA. Stopped at every cheesy roadside trap. The worlds largest ball of string, The mystery spot, The house of mud, Pres. Clintons favorite beef jerky and worlds largest water melon,hillbilly village and the list goes on. Best trips I ever had. A four banger 2005 manual TJ. Had it to the floor but I did 80 mph on I-10 across Texas. Used 4 high in the ice on the mountain roads. It was the best of times. That was one of my goals in life. Just drive the vehicle you love withno agenda and see America. They were dream trips! Oh yea, we stopped at a park that had a concert in LA and this dirty country hippy looking broad kept trying to give me potato chips out of this bag that looked like it came out of a dumpster. I kept declining saying no thankyou but I appreciate the offer. All of a sudden she gets pissed and hollers "Hey yous ain't from arounds here is ya?" I asked "Why do you say that?" She replies "Cause yous got all your teeth!" True story.
It ain't easy being cheesy:
Sometimes I make decisions like famous people.
George Armstrong Custer "lets go over that hill, I think those are friendly indians!"
Titanic's Captain Smith "What icebergs? Full speed ahead!"