Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul Setting

Jeff Kinney
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The Minivan

The minivan is one of the primary settings of the novel, The minivan, owned by the Heffley family, and usually driven by Frank, is not only a means of transportation for the family, but ends up being a place for them to sleep as well. It is while traveling in the minivan that many of the family’s mishaps happen, from the pig trying to escape to the vehicle being filled with seagulls in search of snacks to being flooded by a downpour.

The first motel

The first motel the Heffleys stay at is because it is available. Most other places to stay have no vacancies. The first motel is run-down, its swimming pool has not been used in years, the rooms are dirty and smell of smoke, and the Beardo children ram a janitorial cart into the walls in the middle of the night for fun...

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