This weekend, Dan is going to share with you all the essentials to having an "Awesome Autumn Road Trip" from preparation to exploring some of America's eccentric destinations.
This weekend before you head out on your "Awesome Autumn Road Trip" you will need to map out your trip.
www.etravelogue.com is America's online road trip planner. eTravelogue can help you plan you road trip itineraries by using their attraction finder, route maps and driving directions and it's also completely free!
Once you know where you're going, your next step is to get "Ready for the Weekend" by preparing for the trip! Log onto www.freetraveltips.com/roadtrip/road01.htm to get informative tips on safety, road conditions, what to bring and for things you might forget.
This weekend experience the cultural history and/or folklore unique to that area that you're visiting or passing through.
The Jersey Devil is rumored to wreck havoc upon farmer's crops and livestock, poisoning pools and creeks and appearing on the New Jersey shore just before a ship wreck. To find out more about the history of this story and others log onto www.americanfolklore.net/folktales/nj.htm
If you're heading up to Oregon this weekend, why not read up on their local folklore, Big Foot. Go to www.oregonbigfoot.com to review sightings, see photos, art galleries, books and films.
www.roadsideamerica.com is your online guide to offbeat tourist attractions. Get the story and location for the Mothman Statue and Museum in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
This weekend why not visit some weird, wacky and outrageous destinations on your "Awesome Autumn Road Trip!"
For your complete guide to weird, wacky and outrageous destinations log onto www.eccentricamerica.com where you'll find info on an alley filled with bubble gum, a toilet paper tree, a building with furniture hung on the outside, funeral home miniature golf, eccentric grave memorials and a woman known as Mother Goose who invented duck diapers.