A Bunch of Canadians Drove 2,000 Miles Just For Some KFC

Some people will look for any excuse to pile into the car for a road trip. It doesn't matter if it's day or night, they'll find a reason to hit the open road. The reason for one group of Canadians was a great big bucket of chicken at good ol' KFC. Brian Lutfy and Neil Janna first made the trip 30 years ago, driving all the way to the home of KFC in Corbin, Kentucky. They repeated the trip 10 years later and, according to Roadtrippers, deciding to give it one more go with their kids this time. RELATED: The 2014 KiraVan is the Ultimate Road Trip Machine The two men took their four sons on the trip, stopping at a few appropriately themed landmarks like the birthplace of Colonel Sanders in Indiana and his grave in Louisville, Kentucky. Sure, they could have gotten KFC at home in Montreal where it's called Poulet Frit Kentucky, but they wanted the real deal. It took the group five days to make the trip, but they all said it was worth it for the experience and also for the chicken. One son, Jason Lutfy, said it was such a fun trip that he hopes to repeat the journey one day with his own kids. RELATED:The 2013 EarthRoamer XV-LT is The Epitome of the RV Photo Credit: Jeff Noble / Times Tribue, Flickr / J. Stephen Conn ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide