Family traditions have always fascinated me and I'd love to hear if any of you have traditions related to camping. We have a couple: ~ a family selfie in front of the provincial sign each time we cross into a new-to-us province. ~ Road pie - we buy a pie from a bakery or grocery store and eat it while on the road. It started because we bought one, intending to eat it on a picnic following a hike but we got rained out and we were hungry so we sat in the van and passed the pie plate around, eating using plastic forks we had stashed in the glove compartment. Now it's a thing. ~ family play list - everyone has to contribute one new song to the family play list for the trip and we always play a few old favourites we sing along to. And we always play Home for a Rest on the way home. ~ searching out "big" things to take pictures with. On our trip last summer we took selfies with the giant nickel in Sudbury, the goose in Wawa, the Winnie the Pooh statue in White River, a giant camel named Sara in Saskatchewan, a giant pysanky easter egg in Alberta and a giant nose in Vancouver. The weirder the better.