When my oldest two kids were young we'd pull them from school for a day or two and take a road trip to Colorado for skiing during January or February. As they got older and refused to miss school (really, they said it was too hard to catch up on assignments) we couldn't do that anymore.
So one year we took a big spring break vacation and headed for Copper Mountain, Colorado. We had an amazing vacation. March afternoons were warm in the Rockies that week, so the snow conditions were not optimal. Icy in the morning and slushy in the afternoon. But we still had an incredible time.
Rule #1 of traveling - Have a good time no matter what happens, it's all about the Adventure!
|The 'puff-a-lumps' take a lunch break after a morning of hard play (1998?)|
I hope you are springing forward this morning,
for me it's more like being dragged forward moaning and groaning.
Do you take a spring break vacation? What's the most memorable one ever?
Live, Love, Laugh,