May 29 – June 6, 2016
How long have you been doing Road Rules Trips?
Franks House started Road Rules trips in the summer of 1998.
We have taken over 800 students on 41 trips across the country.
Who can go on Road Rules 2016?
We are taking no more than 13 high school students per trip.
You need to be at least entering high school in 2016 to attend.
How many people are going?
We are limiting each trip to 13. Why?
Over the years we have found that is a good number to create relationships
as well as engage in quality group interaction.
Where are we going?
The itinerary and details of the trip are revealed only to parents/guardians/spouses
after we have left the meeting location. The travelers will not know any details of our trip
until moments before we engage in each activity.
Why won’t you tell me where we are going?
We feel that much of life is unplanned. How we respond to life’s situations reveals
much about who we are. We will see how we deal with Road Rules situations,
then evaluate our responses after.
What do I bring?
You will be sent an email approximately one week prior to our departure
that will detail what you should bring.
How much extra money should I bring?
Technically, you won’t need any to go on the trip.
What does the cost of the trip cover?
In short… everything. Food, lodging, transportation, fees, etc.
What will we be driving in on our trip?
Still working out our transportation needs. In the past, we have used 15 passenger vans… and once we used a limousine.
How many leaders will be going?
There will be two leaders going on the trip. One male and one female.
Greg TeSelle will be designing, running, and leading the 2016 trip.
Any other questions…
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post them here.