My friend and I are taking a 10 day, 2,000 mile road in the northeast US this March. We're not doing it to see the sights, we're not doing it to 'find ourselves'. We're following a band. We'll be living out of suitcases and couchsurfing with friends. You see, we are moe.rons. Like Slipknot and their Maggots, ICP and their Juggalos, fans of the band moe. have embraced this self-deprecating moniker and wear it as a badge of honor. After this tour, my friend and I will have seen this band a combined total of 158 times in the last 7 years. These excursions have resulted in some of our greatest memories. We've met heaps of people along the way who have turned into great friends that we can count on seeing at future shows. Tales of hotel parties that shouldn't be reprinted in public domain (how would you feel if you knew we were doing ecstasy with your child's kindergarten teacher the night before?). These trips always bring out the best and worst in people, and some make it into rotation as stories that will be retold for years to come. Focus: I want to hear your road trip stories. Did you pack 8 people into a sedan and set off westward? Hitchhike your way across the country? Hop trains back in college? I want to hear about it. Share your experiences. From tips and tricks to emergency fixes to engine block foil dinner recipes. Focus (The Second): Recommend some off-the-beaten-path touristy things to do along the tour at any point. Restaurants, museums, hole in the wall bars, offbeat oddities, etc. The tour runs from Burlington > Boston > Albany > Stroudsburg, PA > Buffalo > Pittsburgh > Philadelphia > Baltimore. We have 2.5 days to kill between shows in Stroudsburg and Buffalo, there's gotta be something cool to do in that time frame.