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Meteor Crater: Arizona is NOT free. You have to pay to go inside and all you get to do is walk along a very small portion of the rim of the crater. Neat to see once but NOT free
Damn, what a great experience that will be. I'm going to take some photos and even buy a postcard too.
Sorry to inform all backside commenters the entrance to Idaho's big dog is not in it's hind quarters. Who exactly would have the taste to design something that way?! Certainly not we the creators/builders & innkeepers at Dog Bark Park. The stairs do climb up the backside & then wrap around the other side of the dog with a door entrance from the 2nd story deck.
And just to set the record straight, the article's author, Jeremy Bender, did not quite have his construction facts correct. The dog is not made using a chainsaw, although we the artists do indeed create wooden dog art using chainsaws. The Dog Bark Park Inn was made using traditional construction materials & methods.
He was correct that visiting Dog Bark Park is free while staying overnight in the big beagle does cost & advance reservations are necessary. Come visit Idaho!
The worlds largest ball of twine is in Cawker City, KANSAS. Even if you Google it, it comes up to this one, not the one in Minnesota. The one in Kansas is about 400 pounds or so bigger.
...And as those smiling faces above pack up the car, and head on out on the road, to see an oversized Beagle, let us not forget the FACT that the overdue mortgage, credit card and cable payments sit on the table in the hallway, awaiting to be taken care of. Seeing that this "travel money" will come from the MONTHLY accounts, seeing that "disposable" income is all but gone now.
...Then again, seeing how Nobozo, and both Dems and Rep's alike seem to enjoy pushing THEIR debts responsibility down the road, it SHOULD after all be good enough for the American taxpayer that will get stuck with the bill anyway...
A dis-satisfied customer and voter...
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Homeowners associations ban them and environmentalists love them. All that aside, though, a clothesline saves you money.