Tourists and locals looking to entertain out-of-town guests or groups of friends have a new, unique way to explore the natural wonders, historical and geological sites, and other regional oddities and attractions: riding in style in a 1976 VW bus named Gwennie the Wandering Bird. Sandpoint’s Feelin’ Groovy Tours kicked off its inaugural season this summer, offering guests a nostalgic journey in a “boxy-yet-charming, time machine of fun.” With public tours and private charters available through mid-October, there’s still time to get-in-the-groove this fall.“More and more people are looking for unique things to do in North Idaho, Eastern Washington and Montana,” says Feelin’ Groovy Tours founder Michelle Keener. “We offer guests a nostalgic kind of tour,” adds Keener, including unique options like a progressive “Dine Around the Lake” experience and a “Fantastic Voyage” tour where guests can see North Idaho by land, lake, and air all in one day. In addition to a groovy experience, Gwennie the Wandering Bird—whose air conditioning consists of six windows and a large touring sunroof—also offers guests binoculars, mister fans, umbrellas and lap blankets. Seating up to seven guests comfortably, Keener promises an adventure you’ll remember for years to come.