72 The One About The Best Of Two Tenderfoot Tourists 2018 – 1st Place

This is the #1 podcast of 2018. What a fun episode this was to research and talk about. It all started as a suggestion from a listener. Thanks Daisy May​!!! The episode originally aired May 17 entitled "#44 The One About Bizarre Wisconsin Roadside Attractions." You have a suggestion for a future episode of Two Tenderfoot Tourists​ for us to consider, write us tenderfoottourists@gmail.com. Steve & Sandy are bringing you another fun installment of bizarre roadside attractions. This episode we focus on four of a state's contribution to the strange, the odd, the amazing and the bizarre. House On The Rock - Located in Spring Green. House On The Rock has EVERYTHING! What better way to describe it,…

71 The Best Of Two Tenderfoot Tourists 2108 – 2nd Place

Here it is!!! The 2nd most popular Two Tenderfoot Tourists episode of 2018. What a great vacation! If planning on going to Colorado and looking for a great place to eat, or wishing to avoid a BAD dining experience.  Listen to part 1 of this episode, The One About Colorado-OH WOW!Rockyard Brewery Co. - Home of a worldwide award winning microbrewery, with its own family friendly sports bar and laid-back casual dining. Their food is fantastic and the house-made root beer is to DIE FOR! A great recommendation for ALL hungry travelers. 880 Castleton Rd, Castle Rock, CO 80109Casa Bonita - Listen to the podcast to get a full description. To sum it up..  NO BUENO! Against my better…

70 The Best Two Tenderfoot Tourists of 2018 – 3rd Place

What else is there to say!?  Based on your downloads we are bringing you the top 3 most popular Two Tenderfoot Tourists episodes.  Number 3 in our list is our episode called "Podcast Potluck Gluttonous Thirds".  Below is the original episode description.  __________________________________________________ Once again we belly up to the third potluck. This time Steve and Sandy are serving up a Road Trip to Dogwood Canyon Nature Park owned by Mr. Bass Pro himself, Johnny Morris.  1. Dogwood Canyon Nature Park has picturesque limestone bluffs and waterfalls. Bridges formed of native stone with hand-crafted wrought iron of Amish construction. Sadly, due to a misunderstanding, a 20 minute wait in line, Steve and Sandy disappointingly walked away. Listen so…