5:04:31 – Driving through Texas, rest stop, Dallas, Frisco, shopping plaza, National Videogame Museum, Texarkana, Mexican restaurant, hotel, Arkansas, Memphis, Graceland, Beale Street, driving in the rain, horrible food, Nashville, Third Man Records, downtown, Ryman Auditorium, weird rest area, Knoxville, Animusic, Dollywood, Virginia, H&C Coffee sign in Roanoke, a mini mall inside a strip mall, West Virginia, Roadside America, weirdness in NJ, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 4:24:21)… Circus by Delano [Jamendo, CC BY-SA 3.0], I Think You’re Absolutely Wonderful (McCarthy-Carroll) by The Meedie Player Organ [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Garth Brooks talks about the relationship he and Chris Gaines have with their fathers [YouTube], Mickey & Friends Tram [collection], WFLD Channel 32 – Sci-Fi Cinema (Promo, 1971) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Welcome to the future: Less work, more play [CBC], John Silver (from Eagle Mall Suite) (Live at House of Blues, Chicago (4/30/02)) [Archive.org], Pioneer Express by Jennifer Avalon [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Introspection Trilogy – Part 2 by Eidolon [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Interviews In Downtown Omaha – August 1970 – 06 [Archive.org, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0].

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One Response to “The Overnightscape 1351: Road Trip (12/31/16)”
  1. Greg2600 says:

    Loved the description of the Frisco portion, and I can relate just being there last June. The food was ehhh. The Hard 8 BBQ was good, but obviously you wouldn’t eat there! The highways are something else, but I guess you can make them well when there’s an open template to do it, and lots of federal money.

    The train museum will never open! The “Phoenix guy” is Len Herman while the NVGM guy was John Hardie, who is running things now with Joe back in NJ. I left the lighting great for photos!
    The living room/bed room from the 80s was my favorite aspect. I think you went through them too quickly, because within the drawers and cabinets are many 80s memorabilia! In fact they have an arcade cabinet featuring an easter egg hunt within the museum.

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