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Tag Archives: vintage travel poster
Seattle’s got a number of really great offbeat attractions to look at. The Fremont neighborhood in particular seems to have a surplus of them. Of those the Fremont Troll is definitely the top of my list. He lives under the … Continue reading
One of my favorite roadside oddities is the Pymatuning Spillway. If you’re the type of person who can’t pass a car accident without looking, or always eats/smells something gross, especially after someone just said, “Ew! This smells so gross!” then … Continue reading
In a sadly ironic twist of fate the most photographed sculpture at the Philadelphia Museum of Art isn’t any of the priceless works inside, but the Rocky Statue that sits at the base of the museum steps. The city has … Continue reading
On your way to the Badlands, and I encourage you to go because it’s surprisingly breathtaking, is the last stop you’ll encounter before entering the national park. The Ranch Store is a small gift shop that’s marked by a giant … Continue reading
Travel Poster Since this is the week before Halloween I wanted to do a spooky travel poster. Now I’ve been to a number of haunted places but I decided to go with a rather notorious spot, the Lizzie Borden Bed … Continue reading
Travel Poster The Ye Olde Curiosity Shop in Seattle Washington is packed with stuff. Mostly a souvenir shop, it also functions as a muesum. In between the pens with the Seattle skyline on the side and the Hello Kitty backpacks … Continue reading
Travel Poster The problem with places like the International Cryptozoology Museum is that it’s hard to capture what would make a great poster or postcard. The museum is in the back of a small bookstore in Portland, Maine and is … Continue reading
Travel Poster In the middle of Amish country is a small town called