This week's road trip starts in Chandler, Ariz., with a luxurious kingdom fit just for kids. There's an ice cream sundae station, secret passageways to rooms and even a pool with water park features! Next, it's off to the rocky mountains of Colorado to visit a solar-powered house modeled after a comet. Then, we check out a house in Minnesota that looks like a giant eyeball, followed by a northern Florida place that has been converted from an old rock quarry into a tropical paradise. We wrap in Escondido, Calif., with a visit to an artists' home that includes a garden gallery filled with one of-a-kind glass creations.
Get ready for another wild road trip across America. This one starts in Scottsdale, Ariz., with a look at a 5,000-square-foot luxury tent house. Next, we journey down to Phoenix and go back to the days of cocktail parties and meet a man whose house looks like a '50s movie set. Then, we take a look inside a house in San Diego and that has unique features like a waterfall and pool in the living room. From there it's off to rural Illinois to see a stone fortress home, complete with working drawbridge. Finally, see how a couple turned an abandoned cave into a high-end home.
We kick off the road trip this week in Los Angeles, with a look at a spectacular midcentury modern home made famous for being one of Hollywood's favorite backdrops. Then we head on to Snohomish, Wash., to check out a futuristic funhouse! From there, it's on to Mesa, Ariz., to see a woman's yard that has a big pink chair right in the middle of it. Next, we go to Oklahoma to a farm that looks like Green Acres on the outside, but pure Camelot on the inside. There's even a moat! Finally, just outside Detroit, we meet a punk-rock songstress with a soft spot for vintage decor
This week's road trip across America begins in Cumberland, Md., with a house that's super shagadelic. Our next stop takes us up to Washington for an underground tour of a four-story subterranean fortress and then to Arkansas, for a visit to a cool house that's modeled after an acute triangle. From there, it's on to Montana to meet a couple who has built a five-story structure "grain-silo style" so they can enjoy the panoramic mountain views. Finally, in Tucson, Ariz., we meet a man who hasn't lost his marbles—he just glues them to his walls!
This week's road trip to see some of the wildest-looking houses in American begins in California, to see how a video-game designer lives out his fantasies. Then it's off to Colorado to visit a homeowner with a Polynesian-inspired fun house, followed by a stop in Washington state to find out why a woman has a 50-foot-long diamond back snake in her backyard. Then, in West Virginia, we learn why one couple's house needs its roof mowed! After that we pause in Missouri to see a house that shows off its creative use of reflecting elements. Finally, we find out what it's like to live in the only pyramid in Montana.
Get ready for another wild road trip across America. This time we start off in White Lake, Mich., to get a glimpse of an enormous fun house, with whimsical touches around every turn. Next, we check out a homeowner in California that is so bird crazy she has transformed her entire place into a life-size birdhouse. From there it's on to Washington state, for a visit to a wind-driven whirly wonderland off the coast. Then, we see how a chic Tempe, Ariz., couple has turned their living space in into a safe, yet stylish home for their daughter. Finally, in Millsboro, Del., we meet a couple that used to spend years on the road driving trucks, but now spend their time building beautiful garden art out of the old parts.
Get ready for another wild road trip across America, starting off in Miami with a homeowner who uses his fun and wacky decorating as a way to make people smile. The next stop in Massachusetts, to meet to a topiary artist who has created a magical wonderland out of ordinary shrubs. Next, a couple in Pennsylvania has designed their home to be the cat's meow! Then, meet a Michigan magician who has some clever decorating tricks up his sleeve. After that, it's off to Athens, Ga., to see a wall that's worth watching. Finally, find out what's so funny at a lumberjack's house in upstate Idaho. The owner thought it would be a fun way to combine his professions of being a standup comic, lumberjack and homesteader.
This episode's wild road trip across America starts off in the Catskill Mountains with an enchanting fantasy home that is modeled after one of the homeowner's favorite TV shows. Then it's off to Minnesota to meet the crazy Viking and see the offbeat way he has embraced the Viking lifestyle. We then visit an Ohio town that loves duct tape so much they throw an annual festival in its honor. Moving on to Colorado, we see a home in the mountains with an industrial edge that is dubbed the Light Box House. Every beam is bare, there's exposed conduit, uncovered hardware and an open ceiling. Finally, we check out a house in Georgia where East meets West.
Our latest wild road trip across America starts off in California with a look at a 3-D animator's home with some amazing illusions. Then we're off to South Florida to visit with a man whose lifelong passion for orchids is found throughout his home and garden. Next, in Minnesota, we meet a lady with an unstoppable obsession for collecting corks. From there it's on to Connecticut, where we see a home that is measured in gallons and not square feet and then a farm full of animals that you never have to feed. Just give them a little shot of oil once in a while. Finally, in Joseph, Mo., we look at an 8,000-square-foot Victorian mansion with a gothic twist. Throw in a giant chess board, and you have one of the most offbeat homes in the Midwest. It's a big kids' playhouse!
Get ready for another wild road trip across America, starting in San Francisco, where we meet a woman who creates small-scale cities out of gelatin. Then we're off to Miami to meet a man whose bamboo collection is taking over everything in his path. We'll also visit a guy in Pennsylvania who has the second largest beer can collection in the world. Then, in Colorado, there's a home that looks just like a giant mushroom. Finally, in South Carolina, we take a look at a house that's seven stories high on the side of a hill.