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Road trip!!

Websites Offer Best Bet Ideas For A Zany, Low-Brow School's-Out Holiday

TEapot dome service station
Just knowing there are teapot-shaped eateries in the world makes me blind-drunk happy. At least two of these architectural wonders reside in Washington state.

Just knowing there are teapot-shaped eateries in the world makes me blind-drunk happy. At least two of these architectural wonders reside in Washington state.

Here are a collection of vacation stops, and not a cerebral or tedious one among them...

Roadside America
http://www.roadsideamerica.com/

Your Online Guide to Offbeat Tourist Attractions

Contagious Sightings:
Shoe Trees
White Squirrels
Tiny Churches
Pet Cemetery
Mystery Spots

Big Bovines
Big Fruit


Sam's stonehenge

Sam Hillís Stonehenge Ė Maryhill, Washington
Stonehenges
Transparent Gals
Big Coffee Pots


2-story Outhouses
Mega-Messiahs
Smiley Water Towers
The Vortex
Merman aka The Fiji Mermaid and his site picks

Latest Visitor Tips Largest Rubber Band Ball - Gatlinburg Space Needle - Corner Gas TV Town - Castle Good Knight - Adventure Village - Chromosaurs - Hairball and Animal Freaks - Indian Monument - Berlin Wall - Old Ish - German POWs - Nike Missile Site - Alien Fresh Jerky - Last Stoplight on I-90 - License Plate Trout ...More

The Icelandic Phallological Museum
http://www.phallus.is/
"Probably the only museum in the world to contain a collection of phallic specimens belonging to all the various types of mammals found in a single country." Oh, but there's so much more than a bunch of torpedo-sized whale penes! Check out "Images" on this site, and when you do, consider this: Wouldn't your best friend be euphoric if he had a liquor vault identical to the one in the museum!?

The Capital Punishment Museum http://www.roadsideamerica.com/attract/NJTREcap.html
The museum's most controversial artifact is Joe's "Lucky Finger."

Museum of Funeral Customs
http://www.funeralmuseum.org/sunshop/
"Providing a deeper understanding of the history of American funeral and mourning customs." Yeah, yeah. Funeral, schmuneral--I'll take a baker's dozen of the dark chocolate coffins, please!

Have a good time, and donít forget to write!

Joyce

 

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