Would you like to electronically log your county visits on maps? One of our EMC members, Marty O'Brien (MOB), runs the private Mob-Rule site which growing numbers of EMC members use to keep track of their county visits and print beautiful maps.
Go to the website and sign in as a guest. If you want your own account, you will need to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to make the request. Once your request is accepted and your account is created, you can log your own travels. A sample map is shown above.
Are you the energetic type? Some of our EMC members also collect state high points. Check out the Highpointers Club to learn more about this fun and challenging hobby!
Are you headed to New England on your travels? Over 6,000 members of the 251 Club of Vermont enjoy exploring the state while visiting its 251 towns and cities.
Members travel at their own pace, in a season or in a lifetime, by car, on foot, or whatever conveyance suits their style. There are no rules, no records to keep, no requirements. The expectation is that members will be inventive and adventurous in following the road less traveled to Vermont's little known corners, as well as its more popular destinations.
You may not have been to every county; maybe you are working on going to every state first. The All Fifty Club is for those who aspire to visit every state. Some members do a special activity in each state.
Since 1954, ALPCA has promoted license plate collecting and research, the exchange of information and plates, and the fraternal benefits of sharing a common interest with others throughout the world. With over 2,800 members from 50 states and 19 countries, ALPCA is the largest license plate hobbyist organization in the world.
Some EMC members are also members of the National Park Travelers Club. The National Park Travelers Club is an organization for anyone who enjoys visiting our National Parks and everyone collecting cancellations in the Passport to Your National Parks Program.