$25 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Ends 4-21

Amazon is something I shop on quite often. In this town we don’t have your typical stores you’d have in a large city, like Ikea (My Disneyland). So I tend to use Amazon when stores are two hours or more away from me and it helps that I often get what I need the very next day! Way to go Amazon! So I’m sharing the love with a $25 Amazon gift card giveaway!  This giveaway runs until April 22nd 2016

 

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121 thoughts on “$25 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Ends 4-21

  1. I enjoyed traveling cross country from California to the Midwest one summer. There were 9 of us in a station wagon. It got a bit testy but we had fun playing games and seeing the country.

  2. We didn’t do alot of traveling when I was a child. We were quite poor and my dad started having heart attacks at thirty. My best memories are going to the drive in theater and eating at A&W root beer

  3. Without a doubt visiting my Uncle and cousins in Hawaii with my mom, grandmother and my sister when I was 6 yrs. old. I’ll never forget the sights and making Hawaiian Leis with my sister. Beautiful island.

  4. We went to Disneyland when I was around 10 years old and it was truly unforgettable! I can’t wait for the day when we can take our four kids to make a lifetime of memories!

  5. I only remember going on vacation with my family once as a child, but we went from Indiana to Texas to visit family, and went to a theme park together. There were fifteen of us that went that day and we got those little mini viewfinders with our group photo in it. Me with all of my cousins running around together going on rides and playing games- it was the best!

  6. My favorite childhood vacation memory is going to Knott’s Berry Farm in California. That was really fun for me as a child.

  7. My favorite memory is going to Daytona Beach with the entire family and staying in a condo for a week. I was in 4th grade and haven’t been back to Florida since, unfortunately.

  8. One of my favorite memories was when my family took me to Disneyland and I got a Jasmine doll that had a flower on the arm and it would open with water

  9. One summer my mom and dad took the whole family to Holiday World for a few days. We had a ton of fun going on all the rides, splashing around the waterpark, and hanging out at the hotel together.

  10. We went to California when I was a kid! Got to go out on the boardwalk and see the ocean for the first time 🙂

  11. We didn’t take many vacations when I was a child, but my mom and I did travel from our farm in Iowa to Tennessee to visit my aunt. We rode a Greyhound bus all the way which was really an experience.

  12. I got to go to California with my family to visit my Grandma and we had so much fun on her farm, picking strawberries! She had a horse and I got to ride it, and she had the cutest dogs!

  13. I remember visiting my Grandma in Georgia and going water skiing on Lake Lanier. My best memory was the first time I was able to slalom ski!

  14. My first road trip to California when I was in Junior high – my first palm trees and fish tacos. I’ll never forget it!

  15. I fondly remember the first family trip we took.
    It was to Montana and it was the first time I was out of state.
    thank you

  16. We went to Galveston when I was 5. We arrived at night and had a hotel room overlooking the ocean. When I woke up I told my dad to come look at the big river. He told the story for years so the vacation was made memorable for me.

  17. During the week of my 9th birthday my family and some of our friends took an RV to all of the Great Lakes. It was so much fun touring around Ohio, Michigan and Canada. Plus, there were presents!

  18. I remember the year my family took us on trips all the way from the East Coast to North Dakota and back down South – it was great seeing all the States.

  19. My favorite memory is driving down to Florida with my sister. It was our last trip before she went off to college so we savored the time together

  20. One of my favorite memories as a child was that every summer I would go to visit my great grandmothers. One was pure Irish the other was pure Portuguese. I had such wonderful summers.

  21. Every year my family would go visit relatives & spend the week playing cards, having bbq’s & enjoying each other’s company.

  22. getting to go camping with my mom, grandmother and great auntie, just myself and my sister got to go this was something rare for all the ladies to go camping at the lake on their own, it was such fun , think I was about 10 yrs old

  23. My dad was a youth pastor and I LOVED when I was teen that I got to go on mission trips with him. We had so much fun together

  24. We had a caravan and a boat on the Shannon (in Ireland) when we were younger. I thought I ruled the waves when Dad used to let me steer!

  25. We went to the Jersey shore every year when I was a kid. We would go to the boardwalk once and that was fun. The best part though was the friends I met who went every year the same 2 weeks we did.

  26. We went on a random 2 week road trip on summer for vacationand I got to go bungee jumping! It was amazing!

  27. When I was young we went to Niagara Falls and I remember thinking how totally awesome it was to see and how BIG!! 🙂

  28. Loved visiting my Grandma in Florida and going to the beach. We took peanut butter sandwiches and lemonade for picnics, but one vacation day my mom would “splurge” and take us to McDonalds.

  29. We had 2 cottages at Rushford Lake. We fished ,boated,skied,and swam all summer.We had lots of fun there were 14 of us kids so we always had something to do.

  30. I remember going to a place called Santa’s Village. It is no longer there and I don’t remember where it was. I was so excited to see Santa. I remember walking in and Santa looked up and said “Hi, Lori” I couldn’t believe Santa knew my name. The whole time my parents were cracking up because they knew that he just read my name off the Disney Mouse Ears hat that I got the day before at Disneyland.

  31. One time when I was very small, my parents loaded up all 5 of us kids, my 2 cousins, my grandparents, and our dog for a trip to the ocean. All we had was a tiny trailer the size of a POD, but it was one of the best trips of my life.

  32. My best childhood vacation memory was going to the beach and my best friend and her family was also there. My parents swear that it wasn’t planned.

  33. My family (parents and my sister) did a lot of fun things over the years. Camping at the lake, beach vacations to Myrtle Beach or Virginia Beach, and once a trip across country from Pennsylvania to California to visit my grandma, aunt, uncle, and cousins and visit Disney.

  34. My favorite was going to wisconsin dells and exploring the town we went to ripley’s believe it or not and a ufo museum!

  35. going to tennesse and always visting laurel falls,love it would hike swim and grill out and love fishing there

  36. We would go to the White Mountains, NH every year. We would stay for about 2 weeks, lots of great memories.

  37. I’ve only gone on two childhood vacations. Once to Yellowstone National Park where my favorite thing was a trail ride on horseback; once to Fl where I enjoyed Busch Gardens much more than Disney.

  38. We used to go camping every summer…always different places! I loved, Loved, LOVED it! It was always so much fun!!

  39. My fav childhood vacation memory includes going to deep creek, maryland and seeing bears right outside our house. It was a really cool moment, something I will remember forever!

  40. My favorite vacation memories are the many times we went camping growing up! I love being outside and learning survival skills!

  41. We didn’t have a lot of money, so actual vacations were scarce; however, my mother took us on many day trips – one of my favorite was when we went to the Blue Grotto (stalactite caverns) and then to a drive-through “safari”

  42. One of my favorite memories is bringing my kids to Disney World and watching their faces as we first saw Cinderella’s Castle.

  43. One year my Mom took 5 of us kids (the youngest 1 yr old) on a train trip from MI to Texas to visit her family. I remember that she bought us comic books at the train station in Chicago!

  44. Driving down the Oregon coast, visiting sea lion caves, Tillomook cheese factory, then down to Disneyland. It was a month long vacay and was so much fun!

  45. One of my favorite childhood vacation memories is vacationing in a cabin on St. Joseph Island in Canada. It had no indoor plumbing and we thought it was so cool to use the outhouse, steam bath and cooking our meals over a fire.

  46. My Mom and her siblings would rent a beach house in Canon Beach, OR for a week in the summer. All of my cousins would be there and it was just the best time. We played on the beach, had campfires on the beach, got salt water taffy and the neighboring town Seaside. It’s one of my favorite memories.

  47. When I was 15 we drove cross country in a motorhome to visit my Dad’s family on the East Coast. (I’m still convinced he got it just so he didn’t have to stop for us to use the bathroom!)

  48. when i was 13 i had a big sister from big brothers/big sister org. and she was the most amazing women ever .. for whole year we saved up money buy cleaning up and picking up cans, recycling them for money.. .and she took me to disney land in CA .. the most amazing trip ever, it was my first time on a plan ever .. b.b/b.s is one of the greatest org

  49. One of my favorite childhood vacation memories was going camping in Florida with my family. My dad had a boat and I loved to ride along while he went fishing.

  50. my favorite vacation spot when I was a child was Daytona beach florida, I was very young and we lived in ky and I had never seen the beach

  51. One summer my whole family and I visited the whole Croatian coast – from Istria to Dalmatia – it was amazing!

  52. My favorite childhood memories were of summertime when we travel to our grandparents house for a whole month. We had so much fun playing in the cornfields, gardening, having yardsales and going to church with my grandpa who was a preacher.

  53. I remember going to the Washington coast at Ocean Shores as a child to go clamming and finding sand dollars. This is the only time I’ve been on a beach at the ocean.

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