The traditional American street journey is among the greatest methods to discover the nation, particularly when mixed with weird and quirky roadside points of interest. On this installment of Bizarre Journey, Patrick and Matt discover this enjoyable journey type and its downright unusual historical past.
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An excellent street journey is my favourite approach to discover any vacation spot, however particularly my very own nation – the U.S. Given our dimension and variety of terrain, America lends herself to exploration by automobile. This week we delve somewhat deeper into the historical past of the street journey, why we as a nation love this journey type a lot and the very unusual legion of roadside points of interest which have popped up in seemingly each nook of the nation.
Bizarre Journey is a podcast inside a podcast and my effort to chronicle and share a few of journey’s enjoyable mysteries and odd locations. Serving to me on this journey of discovery is Patrick Kozicky, a fellow podcaster and good good friend.
Patrick Kozicky lives in Minneapolis, MN. He’s an Ensemble Member with DalekoArts, a theater firm based mostly in Minnesota. He’s additionally co-host and co-producer of Gays Do the D, a Disney podcast with an LGBTQ+ viewpoint. He loves touring, studying, canine and popcorn. Passions embody, volunteerism, social justice, and humanities schooling. When he’s not busy saving the world (or not less than saving the world from himself) he loves studying up on mysteries or true crime, and staying up late, watching horror motion pictures. (with popcorn in fact).