When it comes to our family, we need to make them a part of the process. If they become involved in the planning, you are making them a part of the experience, not just a passenger. What do I mean by that? I mean asking what they want to do, where they want to go, what they want to see, etc. Maybe your son or daughter loves to spend the night in a tent though you’d rather credit card camp. Looks like it might be time for you to suck it up for a night or two and enjoy an experience that is on their terms. Who knows, they might have an idea that you never thought of. Maybe they’ve heard about a tucked away locale that, lo and behold, includes a fabulous two-lane road that satisfies your need for twisties and their need for a particular destination. In fact, make a weekend out of it. Why not?