knitting! Even though I have never been able to read while riding in the car, I seem to be able to keep my needles moving without nausea, as long as the road is not curvy. And since we were mostly on very long, straight stretches of roadway, I got plenty of daylight hours to knit. I produced this little stocking cap, which is minus the tassles on the end of the cords and hasn't been washed and blocked yet. Made from a washable wool sock yarn, I think it is called Online Supersocke 100. The pattern was a free one I picked up at Joann's. I've been trying to find a link to the pattern for you, but no luck so far. It's a pretty standard stocking cap, with a seed stitch border.
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte--grande soy no whip cream to be exact, once a day makes a good dose
recorded books--T is for Trespass by Sue Grafton and The Gold Coast by Nelson DeMille
Ritz crackers--very good for munching, although I do need to get the vacuum out to the car now to clear up the crumbs!
Tom-Tom--helps find hotels , restaurants and Starbucks near exits
And that's how we found pleasure on I-80!