In the morning the family ate, walked around, touring the town, then back in the car to drive for another two hundred miles.
They stopped by a lake and chose to spend the night in a cabin. Enjoying it so much, they took another day. They didn’t leave until three p.m.
They stopped on the road to look at cows and corn, at old fashioned houses and shops, then into another Motel. They watched television, then to bed.
Although there was nothing really significant about the route of the trip, they found many things to see and talk about.