Strong Bad's Vacation Spots

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These are the places Strong Bad went to in the Strong Bad Email "vacation". For every location he visited, he sent a postcard to his audience.

Name Description Image
The Great Mound The Great Mound is the first of the five places Strong Bad visited on his vacation. Its claim to fame is that it's bigger than that mound in Ohio (probably referencing Serpent Mound). According to Strong Bad, the mound isn't actually that great, and only old ladies hang out there. Not so great
Downtown Pantsburg Downtown Pantsburg is the second of the five places Strong Bad visited on his vacation. It claims to be fabulous, but Strong Bad believes otherwise. It has a bike welded to a little house. Strong Bad hung out with some guys here, but admits he will probably never see them again.

Limozeen visited Pantsburg during their Zeenin' Across the Country tour. It also appeared on a map (but was not visited) in Weclome Back.

One of the possible responses to choosing "Rock Out!" in Baddest Of The Bands mentions here.

They don't even let you ride that bike
That Clock That Clock is a simple clock. There's not much to say about it. It's stuck at 2:55, the same in the postcard. The Clock is broken, but it is still awesome.
Two Cars, Tennessee Two Cars, Tennessee is the fourth of the five places Strong Bad visited on his vacation. Strong Bad doesn't tell us much about this place other than it has a "real happenin' arts and crafts scene". Highly recommended
Historic Over There Historic Over There is the last of the five places Strong Bad visited on his vacation. The entire place is colored in different shades of tan; even the sky is tan. There appears to be nothing but antique stores here, along with one guy who does caricatures. There is a noticeable lack of restaurants, and Strong Bad suspects the citizens here eat antiques. Apparently, there is a large amount of Coke memorabilia, which Strong Bad said was "Making him really thirsty." Don't be fooled by the old-timey photo
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