Last weekend was Memorial Day weekend and with the extended break we decided to take a trip to Moab and check out Arches National Park. If you've never been, you should make it a bucket list item. The views and hiking trails are incredible the trip was fantastic. But there was a stop along the way that opened my eyes to a gas station that is out of this world.

Along the trip, I had an unfortunate and unexpected bloody nose. This one was bad as it wouldn't stop for almost 20 minutes. It happened right as we were getting off Interstate-70 in Crescent Junction, Utah. Luckily, as we pulled off there was a gas station and convenience store where I could clean up a bit. But this was no ordinary gas station.

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Jackass Joe's in Crescent Junction Has a Little Bit of Everything

The store looks like something that belongs in outer space, with lots of UFO-themed items on the outside. But there is also lots of signage talking about their options for beef jerky. Once you enter the store you will see lots of celebrity cutouts, vintage soda bottles (that are full and for sale), and a gigantic selection of jerky.

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Jackass Joe's in Crescent Junction is Your One Stop Shopping for Beef Jerky

You will find everything from alligator, ostrich, turtle, snake, even prime rib jerky. If you have anyone in your life that enjoys beef jerky you must make a stop into Jackass Joe's.

While the name isn't the most friendly it will be one-stop you don't forget.

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