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Much like on day seven of our road trip, there wasn't a whole lot I wanted to see along our route from Billings to Bismarck on day eight. But unlike day seven, there was one big, monumentous, amazing thing I was looking forward to seeing above all else: Salem Sue. When Tim first mapped out the route and sent it to me, I immediately took to Roadside America to look at what big giant things we could stop at along the way. Among them were some bucket-list worthy roadside attractions I've always wanted to see. Albert the Bull, the world's largest...

There's nothing to do in Montana. OK, maybe I'm exaggerating here, but when I was researching stops for the Montana stretch of our ten-day road trip, there was nothing I found that really stood out. I mean, I know there's Glacier National Park, which was nowhere near our route anyways, and there's approximately three percent of Yellowstone. But, quite frankly, national parks just confuse me because I don't think I've ever been to one and they are really big and I'm not entirely sure what you're supposed to do in them and I just imagine you're supposed to get out and hike...

There's a potato-shaped AirBNB in Boise, Idaho. Let me repeat that: there's a potato-shaped AirBNB in Boise, Idaho. I first heard about this spud hotel some months ago when it was doing its viral rounds on all the news outposts. "Sleep in a Giant Potato for Only $200 a Night," "The Ultimate Vegan Airbnb Is a Giant Potato," "Boise’s Potato Airbnb is the Most Idaho Hotel Room Ever," all the click-bait headlines declared. Of course, as soon as I read article after article on these tater digs there was only one thing I could say, "I need to stay there." If you...