We know, we know. Road trips sound like something from the 1950s, where families piled in the huge station wagon and wound their way through our fair United States. But is it really that crazy? With the hassle of airports and the cost of airline tickets going up almost exponentially, it makes higher gas prices not quite so scary.
Four airline fares to Hawaii in June could cost over $2,500 dollars. Could you spend that much in gas, even driving from Tustin to Yellowstone National Park? Not quite. And no, Yellowstone is not Waikiki Beach, but who knows? What with iPads and other mobile devices, you can probably keep the kids pretty occupied on the trip, unlike those days back in the 50s when they had to rely on (gasp!) their imagination. Or, even worse, READ A BOOK. Continue Reading →