Just in case you don't, the way it worked was you named things you each saw, but you also had to name everything that had been named and you couldn't repeat anything. For example:
Dave: I'm on my way to Grandma's house and I see a car.Everybody played, right?
Me: I'm on my way to Grandma's house and I see a car and a skunk.
Dave: You did not see a skunk!
Me: Yes I did! I did see a skunk!
Mom: Kids! Don't make me turn this car around!
Dave: I'm on my way to Grandma's house and I see a car, a skunk, and the cop that pulled mom over for speeding. Officer, are you gonna arrest my mom?
Mom: Nobody's getting arrested. Now behave.
Well, today, I'm driving to Nana's house in Florida with my dad. This is the final trip. Ever. Seriously. During the three hours we were in Kentucky, we saw some sights:
- 1 Oscar Mayer Weinermobile
- 1 horse-drawn Amish buggy
- 3 fake dinosaurs encouraging us to visit Dinosaur World
- 1 ambulance hauling a power boat
- 1 M-22 sticker on a car with Kentucky plates
- 2 or 3 "Hell is Real" signs
- 1 mattress by the side of the road (a man-made rest stop, perhaps?)
- 12 airplane wings on the back of 12 tractor-trailers and
- Chester's Chicken to Go at the local Exxon station in Oak Grove, Kentucky
The airplane wings were the most interesting because they had to each be close to 50 feet long and weren't traveling in a caravan. They were each separate with many miles between them. They also each had a police escort.
Imagine my disappointment with Tennessee when we saw nothing of interest. Tennessee, I expect you to do better upon my return in a few days.
Fortunately, Kennesaw, Georgia saved the night by allowing me to do all my Christmas shopping at the local Chevron station.
No need to thank me. It's the least I could do for the people I love. Yes, clearly, it's the very least.