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Travel the back roads of America and you never know what you will come across. Americans have come up with all sorts of quirky and unique attractions. Many towns use these or creations of their own to draw visitors to their communities. This volume is a collection of David Kravetz's many travels across the United States and Canada. David has photographed well-known and no Travel the back roads of America and you never know what you will come across. Americans have come up with all sorts of quirky and unique attractions. Many towns use these or creations of their own to draw visitors to their communities. This volume is a collection of David Kravetz's many travels across the United States and Canada. David has photographed well-known and not so well-known attractions along the way. In this book he tells of his experiences and occasional challenges, but always provides some fun and personal anecdotal stories of the quirky and offbeat places that the large and small communities offer. Come enjoy the ride and learn of some fun new places.


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Travel the back roads of America and you never know what you will come across. Americans have come up with all sorts of quirky and unique attractions. Many towns use these or creations of their own to draw visitors to their communities. This volume is a collection of David Kravetz's many travels across the United States and Canada. David has photographed well-known and no Travel the back roads of America and you never know what you will come across. Americans have come up with all sorts of quirky and unique attractions. Many towns use these or creations of their own to draw visitors to their communities. This volume is a collection of David Kravetz's many travels across the United States and Canada. David has photographed well-known and not so well-known attractions along the way. In this book he tells of his experiences and occasional challenges, but always provides some fun and personal anecdotal stories of the quirky and offbeat places that the large and small communities offer. Come enjoy the ride and learn of some fun new places.

47 review for Less Beaten Paths of America: Quirky and Offbeat Roadside Attractions

  1. 5 out of 5

    moxieBK

    Less Beaten Paths of America: Quirky and Offbeat Roadside Attractions [Kindle Unlimited] — David C. Kravetz (Introduction + 10 titled chapters) Aug. 5, 2019 A continuation of the series that I started reading with Unique Town Names. I had forgotten I had read this book until I found it on my Kindle already read, and then I found this review. This book is best viewed on your computer or with a iPad or Fire tablet. There are numerous photos in here that do no justice on a Kindle e-reader. Some of the Less Beaten Paths of America: Quirky and Offbeat Roadside Attractions [Kindle Unlimited] — David C. Kravetz (Introduction + 10 titled chapters) Aug. 5, 2019 A continuation of the series that I started reading with Unique Town Names. I had forgotten I had read this book until I found it on my Kindle already read, and then I found this review. This book is best viewed on your computer or with a iPad or Fire tablet. There are numerous photos in here that do no justice on a Kindle e-reader. Some of the roadside attracts are big bird statues; car art; metal art; and one chapter call “really big statues.” All were fascinating reads and I made a few notes of places I would like to visit. There were a few places that no longer exist, and that was sad to read. Overall, a great quirky read. Four stars.`

  2. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Oliver

    Roadside America lite This would have made a better website than a book. The last chapter is actually about a very detailed website that the author really enjoys! Odd and overall charming but only viable as a free book, otherwise stay away.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Davis

    Not at all what I expected. It comes across as a book the group that hung out with Red Green would read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Vaughan

    Lacking I was disappointed with this book. I really enjoyed his book about the funny names of some towns but the narrative for this book was lacking.

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    Douglas Reedy

    Fun book! The author of this series of books has done quite well in delivering the goods about roadside attractions. Fun reading and informative.

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