With the seat folded down and the middle row seats removed, it can carry a 4×8 sheet of plywood.
And we’ve taken advantage of that several times over the years.
I graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering.We had the latest and greatest feature put into our minivan–a flip-down TV screen with a VCR so the kids could watch movies.After a wonderful weekend in Death Valley, we started on the journey back home, which Google Maps says is supposed to take 8 hours.With a fussy 7-week-old baby (does that qualify as a hardship? On the way home, Connor watched Disney’s five times in a row on the way home.Since then, we’ve taken many more trips in our Odyssey.
Most (sane) people don’t think of maternity leave as being an ideal time to travel, but the clock was ticking on our time left in California and there were still a long list of places we wanted to see. Almost on the spur of the moment, we decided to drive down to Death Valley National Park for Labor Day Weekend. We strapped our 2-year-old son and our 7-week-old daughter into their carseats and off we went.