Scarier Than Skeletons
Which is more terrifying: a house draped in skeletons, or a horror show of a government that shuts down the Museum of the Air Force and the Trinity Atom Bomb site? It seems the ideological undead in Washington know what spooks us, leading us to conclude that this month has been one, long, unfunny Halloween prank.
But escape political gridlock for a moment. Drive your car through the barricades. Get out of the Beltway!
Visit Lincoln's Haircut Chair to remember how great leaders trim entrenched bureaucracies and their own shaggy excesses.
Envision a cooperative, one-world future at Prabhupada's Palace of Gold (It's hard to stay mad at each other when you're chanting).
Gain a fresh perspective on upturns and downturns at the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot.
And if you were hoping to see a WWII bomber with skull eye machine guns, you'll have to wait until the National Museum of the US Air Force reopens. There are some things only the government can provide.
They said no one would even slow down for these landmarks. They were so wrong!
- Washington, DC
- New York
Animatronic skeleton arms wave bye bye,
The RoadsideAmerica.com Team