A quirky collection of photos from roadside attractions seen while full-time RVing that represent Americana while celebrating diversity. Kinda…
Odd attractions, unique interesting places to see for full-time RVers
Kurt Cobain Landing memorial park pays tribute to the Dumb Curmudgeon, underneath the bridge from the banks of the muddy Wishkah river in Aberdeen, Washington. Complete with Nirvana lyrics.
We land in Aberdeen’s Star Wars Shop and ask: When is collecting something historical preservation, versus just hoarding?
Photo tour of the Carbon County Museum in Rawlins, Wyoming featuring medical artifacts, Mosler safe, and human skin shoes made from Big Nose George.
Find unusual items and deals on electronics at the Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scotsboro, Alabama, the world’s largest thrift store selling goods found in lost luggage.
Here’s a very quick video of another fun art project from our travels… In the middle of nowhere on the way to Big Bend National Park, you may miss the Prada Marfa Store if you blink. The first time we saw it fly by, we had a classic double-take moment. I was actually more focused […]
Missouri Veterinary Foundation Medical Museum was a great pet-friendly offbeat roadside attraction for our fall RV road trip back east.
Colorado’s Genoa Wonder Tower is a Steven King-like freak show attraction that’s worth a stop when traveling along Interstate 70 in the Eastern Plains.Colorado’s vintage Genoa Wonder Tower is a Steven King-like freak show attraction that’s worth a stop when traveling along Interstate 70 in the Eastern Plains.
RVers share eyewitness account of the West Texas Marfa Mystery Lights at the free overnight parking and observation station on Highway 90.
Alferd is the correct spelling of the man’s name for Alferd Packer Massacre Site near Vickers Ranch in Lake City Colorado.