Sounds like a road trip with my dad!) Here's our ultimate cross-country road trip, featuring not one, not two, but 26 weird museums, from an entire building devoted to bananas to the official Dolly Parton museum.
The arch bridge in California's San Gabriel Mountains was originally completed in 1936 as part of a plan to link the foothill community of Azusa with the mountain town of Wrightwood, but the great flood of 1938 wiped out the road to and from the bridge.
There was a time, a hundred years ago, that Garnet was a thriving town, filled with gold miners and their families. Working hard to carve out a community in the heart of the Garnet Mountains. In somewhere around people called Garnet their home.