Cool Places in America~ Where Ducks Walk On Carp?

Its your favorite child travel adviser, Tyler,  once again bringing you the best in last minute vacations. Your road trip planner for the weekend getaway to the coolest and strangest places in America. How do I know about them all? My parents are contract workers in the software industry and keep moving the family every 6 months….

This was an interesting stop we had traveling in Pennsylvania. Near this spillway in Linesville is a horde of carp who are fed bread all day. Their school is so thick it has been rumored that ducks walk over them to steal the bread. This place was creepy, but amazing. I could only imagine if they were barracudas down there. If I had a little brother, I might of been tempted to see what happens if he fell in. Good thing I do not…

We threw in this Salvador Dali loaf of bread in. It took five of us to walk it to the water. All standing behind each other. We got it from Seaside Heights, NJ. That is another strange place I will never mention in this blog. When we threw it in the fish were jumping out of the water on top of the group and started squirming their way to get their lion share of it. It is amazing how when there is a huge surplus of food to see all of these fish still fight for it.

It is said the only thing in Pennsylvania that gets more visitors is the Liberty Bell. There was so many fish I wondered if this is how Jesus walked on water?

~Tyler

To find out more about Tyler visit Salem House Press and buy Tyler’s latest book “Tyler Moves to Gibsonton Florida” on Amazon.com. It is now available in paperback at most bookstores. Ask for it by name.Keep checking back for great cheap vacation ideas that might become your best vacation ever!

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