Mike and I decided to do an epic road trip this summer. He flew to California, and then we drove with the two little ones back to Kentucky over 3 days, spent time in Kentucky and Southern Indiana, and then drove back to California again.
I have been addicted to Roadtrip America for years. I've planned out day trips based on it to see quirky places, historical sites, and off-the-beaten path places we normally wouldn't even notice if we were on the road. So I downloaded the app as soon as we left the driveway on the first day and didn't close it again until we got back to California.
So, we saw things like the Slug Bug Ranch in Texas:
This is a bit of a take-off from the Cadillac Ranch, but who doesn't love a good game of slug bug (or punch buggy as I call it) on a road trip. The kids jumped out of the car here, it was a little drizzly, but they ran through the cars playing punch buggy.