When I visited the Mormon Church grounds in Salt Lake City, I braced myself for their conversion attempts.
White Sands in New Mexico is where to go if you love beaches but hate all that pesky water.
My travels came to a screeching halt several months back when my van was blown up.
Last week I took a late-summer trip to Cedar Point to experience some of the world’s best roller coasters.
Las Vegas is a ridiculous city. Because I’m a high roller, I gave myself to $10 to gamble with.
A retrospective featuring the best of the first six months of Quirky Travel Guy.
My random visit to New Jersey included hiking over 180 million year old boulders and eating authentic Jamaican food.
My favorite 4th of July memory is attending the Greeley Stampede at a Colorado rodeo.
The St. Louis Citygarden is an urban park with weird art like large white rabbits and a giant head you can go inside.
A first-hand account and pics from the 2011 Chicago World Naked Bike Ride.
The Seattle Solstice Parade and Fremont Fair and a giant excuse for wacky costumes and goofy behavior.
Did you know that Yellowstone has a Grand Canyon? Or that Old Faithful was once used to wash clothes?
In Galena, Illinois sits a statue of former First Lady Julia Grant that some feel looks more like Mrs. Butterworth.
An update on Quirky Travel Guy after four months of existence.
My favorite Los Angeles neighborhoods include Silver Lake, West Hollywood and Koreatown.
If society’s dependence on oil ticks you off, you may want to consider participating in the World Naked Bike Ride.