What could be better that living in Oregon and helping others to have the time of their life's and getting paid for it.
I remember some of the best days we had as a family was throwing everything we could think of in our camper in the late 60's
With 5 of us in a 3 seat chevy truck cranking up the 8 track with horrible speakers.
As soon as we found a great quiet river bank that's where we would camp.
I was always the 1'st to gather up fire wood so we could cook hot dogs and roast marshmallows just burnt a little bit but not too much.
Yah, That's the times I remember the most.
I'm sure that as you are taking your family camping and fishing that these will be the memories that they will remember the rest of there lives.
For more information on this road trip and more see my friends at Roadtrip.com.
If Oregon is not on your radar screen as the perfect place to
plan a road
trip then it should be. There's lots to do in this state
whitewater and outstanding wineries.
When you plan your road trip there's a couple key things that you need to
keep in mind so that you don't feel overwhelmed or have too little time to do
everything you originally wanted. This chart will help you determine how
many activities that really should plan in advance for your trip.
There are so many great road
trip ideas that you can fill in with your key anchor activities such as
whitewater rafting or an amazing backpacking experience through the Mount Hood
area of the state.
While you are on your trip make sure that you download some new
on your mp3 player and check out some original
trip games that will make your vacation a memorable experience
that you will
talk about for the rest of your life.