The Forest of Glass and Metal Do you like out of the ordinary secret stops while traveling? Off the beaten path unusual destinations is one of the reason I started this blog, and Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch is a perfect beginning. This wayside stop features a cool piece of roadside Americana and encompasses an artist's vision for creating something unique for others to … [Read more...] about The Forest of Metal and Glass – Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch
In Search of Historical U.S. Cemeteries and who to visit while you're there. Scary, Spooky, Eerie, Historical, Carved, Mossy, Peaceful, Sinful, Haunted, Reverent. There are seemingly 100's of words that describe an Old Cemetery. No matter which one comes to your mind there's something about visiting them that attracts travelers to them like moths to candles. I Recently … [Read more...] about Interesting U.S. Cemeteries Where Famous People Reside
The Seven Magic Mountains If you've ever found yourself driving along I-15 through the Nevada Mojave Desert towards Las Vegas, it's likely you've found yourself yawning along the way. This main thoroughfare that is often traveled in both directions by Utah and California travelers headed to Vegas or Disneyland doesn't offer much for the senses that's extraordinary. In fact, … [Read more...] about A Bit of Colorful Happiness in the Nevada Desert
It is the only lost luggage store in the United States, and might even be the only store of its kind in the world. Over one million people visit each year. Travelers have found this place from over 40 foreign countries. What is the Unclaimed Baggage Center? A 40,000 square foot store in the tiny southern town of Scottsboro, Alabama. It’s where all of the airline luggage goes … [Read more...] about The Unclaimed Baggage Center – Is it Worth the Trip?
By Victoria Hart I can’t think of an invention in the last 100 years that has had a greater impact on American culture than the invention of the television. If you have been alive for even half of this era, you will enjoy the Early Television Museum in Hilliard, Ohio. It is the only museum in the world dedicated to the technology of the beloved TV. Engineers and … [Read more...] about Walk Through TV Technology at The Early Television Museum