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3/29/11 8:15 P

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Don't forget power bars, high protein and filling. Easily travels in cold or hot weather! They are a staple on our trips wether it is a road trip or camping trip.

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3/27/11 3:06 A

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Triscuits are good crackers. They come in low fat or low sodium and different flavors. Good luck on your trip! You'll do just fine.

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3/26/11 5:12 P

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Oh, yes, we'll be stopping--we're traveling with four kids...and my youngest is three...we'll DEFINITELY be stopping along the way! I think I'm going to stock up on apples, pre-portioned nuts, jerkey, granola bars, celery & carrot sticks, and LOTS of water. Does anyone know of a good-for-you (or at least "better-for-you") cracker or something crunchy like that? I still REALLY miss crackers and I'm looking for a good cracker "treat", to be used on occasion.

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3/23/11 10:18 P

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Subway might have the healthiest options of all the fast-food type places. Have a good trip!!

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3/22/11 8:31 P

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Some fruits travel well, like apples, grapes and bananas. Also, not all granola bars are terrible. Are you stopping during your drive? Maybe if you map out where you'll stop you can check calorie counts for foods offered at the restaurants in the area. I just spent a weekend away from home, and went through the exact same thing. It really wasn't as difficult as I thought it was going to be. You've got this.

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3/22/11 6:51 P

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I lke to mix plain cheerios, raisins, and raw unsalted almonds and walnuts. Kinda high in calories, so measure everything out, but really healthy, filling, and low sodium. Have a safe trip.

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3/22/11 6:36 P

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So, I have an 11+ hour drive coming up. I'm worried that I'll sabatoge my hard work. What snacks travel well, aren't too high in sodium, are filling, and will keep me awake when I need it? Also, what fast-food options are best?

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