Go East Again ’10 – Roadside America, Day 1

Day 1 was filled with Roadside America visits. Some were still in existence, some were not.

The first stop was the Gospel Music McDonald’s in Hammond, Indiana.

We also visited the childhood home of Michael Jackson. It was under a great deal of construction but Bubbles was there overseeing it all.

We also decided to explore some country roads and visit The Windmill Water Tower which is part of the Zero Sum Carbon Initiative.

Our final stop was Avon, Ohio, which is the Duct Tape Capital of the World. Fortunately we were there for their annual Duct Tape Festival.

Stay tuned for more Roadside America attractions as we continue to Go East Again!

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