How to Take a Cheap Summer Vacation Within Your Limitations

As a kid, I looked forward to and counted down the days to summer vacation.  I’m from a small town in northeastern Ohio with a population of 16,000 . I spent my summers on my grandma and grandpa’s dairy farm running in the fields, jumping from the hay loft into a mound of hay and wading in the “crick” catching crayfish. My favorite part of summer though was when me and my 3 brothers, mom and dad would all pack up the family car and head “somewhere” on our family summer vacation. It was always a driving trip, 3 of us in back and 3 of us in front in an old sedan that I’d call the blue car or the white car because I never knew the make or model when I was a kid. My baby brother sat up front with my mom and dad and I’d sit in back in the middle with my 2 older brothers. I’d draw imaginary lines down the seat on both sides of me that my brothers couldn’t cross and of course they always crossed it, older brothers being who and what they are and getting their kicks out of pestering their younger sister. But those driving trips with the family were some of the best times and favorite memories that I will cherish forever. I remember one trip to Mammoth Cave, Kentucky and Lookout Mountain, Tennessee and another trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania and Egg Harbor, New Jersey that got interrupted by my baby brother’s measles and we never made it to New Jersey that year.

Summer vacation is just around the corner and got me nostalgic for those old family summer car trips.  It also got me to thinking that you have questions about whether you should travel while you have a pending claim and if you do travel if we have recommendations. Therefore, we at Affleck & Gordon advise that you check out the following website http://www.exploregeorgia.org/article/50-budget-friendly-travel-ideas-for-families for some inexpensive driving trips right here in the beautiful State of Georgia.

Reminder, please stay within your doctor’s limitations while you vacation. If you need to alternate sitting and standing then you will need to break up the drive time accordingly or have enough room to lie down so you are not sitting more than you are supposed to. Further, please avoid strenuous activities, if your doctor has you on sedentary limitations.

Have a great trip, drive safely and make some cherished family memories of your own this summer!

 

Marci W. McKenna

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