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Eagle Creek Travel Pillow


 Hi Neighbors!

We are having a GREAT trip so far. We have made it into Florida after spending a few days with friends in Alabama. We were able to visit a shooting range (that was fun!), visit with friends, my husband preached at the church there and the night before we left 24 of us went bowling together! (Pictures to come soon!)


Anyway, this morning we made it over the state line! We are now headed towards Bradenton/Sarasota area. While traveling we have been using some Eagle Creek Sandman Travel Pillows ($24.00)! They are really nice. You blow them up and they are ready to go. My daughter was amazed, it only took two breaths to inflate.  Now I am not talking a cheap blow up pillow, these are very well made and comfortable. Another nice feature is when they deflate they sort of fold over inside a built in pocket. The pillows are very soft. My son is using one right now as he rests while my daughter is driving. He looks very comfortable! My husband also likes to use the travel pillow.  Oh, and did I mention the fleece cover is removable for washing?


From Eagle Creek:
Because better rest means you arrive at your destination ready to explore, pick up the Sandman Travel Pillow. Use the Easy Adjust™ valve to customize the pillow to your ideal softness and support. Effortless inflation. Easy deflation. And the pillow folds into its own pocket when not in use. At Eagle Creek, we maketravel pillows and blankets because you deserve to relax.


These are so convenient.  They blow up quickly.  After use, just deflate and store.  They don't take up much room at all when stored.  You can slip them in the glove box, your purse, or any other easy to reach spot.

One of my neighbors will win an Eagle Creek Sandman Travel Pillow.  Enter soon!


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Comments

scottsgal said…
I'm due for my 3000 mile oil change now
Coolestmommy said…
We took a LONG trip to visit my folks at Christmas. It's a 2 day drive each way and we got to stay for about 10 days. I'll be taking a trip next month as well...so this would be terrific!
michedt said…
Well we decided we were going to move from TX to CO in November. So we drove to CO to find a place to live. Drove back. packed everything. Had Thanksgiving with family...and then headed for CO. It was a LOT of driving:)
Michelle Tucker

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