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Cavebabble Episode 247: Cavebabble Goes to Cuba


We’re back! (Just like that leftover meatloaf.)

Cavebabble hits the road for an Americana tour along Route 66 in Missouri. Odd stops include Stubby Stonehenge, the Vacuum Cleaner Museum and Factory, the world’s 2nd largest rocking chair, a bit of history in Crawford County, the classic Wagon Wheel Motel, a night at the 19 Drive-in, and the Uranus Fudge Factory.

Thanks to the town of Cuba, MO, and the surrounding area. Human stories are everywhere if we just take the time to listen.

In case you’re curious, this is the song

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Our Travels and Babbles

We may babble about movies, but thatĀ hasn’t kept me from posting other odd adventures we’ve had over the years. The handful of travel episodes I’ve produced are among ourĀ favorites, and best represent the time capsule of experiences Amber and I envisioned for Cavebabble seven years ago (as of September 22). They were grueling to edit, but completely worth it. I’m sure they always will mean much more to us than to our listeners, but I’ve tried to keep them funny and interesting. If you would like to enjoy one of these episodes, I’ve gathered the links here, so that

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