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When traveling with the kids
















When you have a 10 hour drive with your little varmits.

Find a place to hide away...




Any place will do. I love my little varmits, just sometimes I could ...well put them back. I think they get this from their mother's side.

Comments

Travel said…
It always helps to find someplace quiet to hide.

TR & DG
Unknown said…
Get the Minivan with the DVD player. At least that's my plan.
Me said…
ROTFL...
Anonymous said…
Dude, I'd thought you'd be in the bottom of Rogue's new malt liquor, Dad's Little Helper? They always look in the AC vents first, I'd suggest a seedy booth on 82nd or a mound in the P-Dog town in Montana. As my 3rd cousins twice removed would say "You didn't see anything..."
Bert said…
Oh no! Squirrel speaks....

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