Stupid Vacations was conceived during a brainstorming session on Interstate 15 somewhere between Las Vegas, Nevada and Barstow, California. It seemed to us that the big amusement parks, national monuments, and high dollar attractions get lots of press (after all they buy it!) and people can spit out the names of the big attractions, parks and monuments instantaneously due to media influence. Noting the followings of show like Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on FoodNetwork.com is seems only fitting that the small museums, parks, memorials and oddities need to have their stories told as well. So with that said, we are out looking for the biggest of the little museums, the greatest of the unknown memorials, the stories of the forgotten, rounding up those places that make one tell a story over and over again. These places make for those stories that are just too much fun. Often they are the bay leaf in the chili. That ingredients come alive during those unforgettable moments of life bring a story that will often be repeated again and again.
These stories and a slightly off kilter point of view bring Stupid Vacations alive. Alive with stories life no others.
Welcome To Stupid Vacations
As Always, Charley Carlin, Editor@stupidvacations.com and Founder Stupid Vacations
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About The Author
Charley is an avid locator of those slightly odd and a bit different places in our world. He can be found about the web on his family blog – charley.net, his curated video site – SLO.TV, his social media guide – Charley Carlin – Social Media Guide and via Reviews on YELP, Trip Advisor, and Google+.