Extraordinary Places, Road Culture
August 4, 2020

It started as a joke, but Colorado’s UFO Watchtower is now a hotspot for mysterious sightings

The San Luis Valley, known as “The Bermuda Triangle of the West,” has been a hotspot for out-of-this-world activity for centuries

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How a Tennessee town turned its tragic past into a colorful art installation

How a Tennessee town turned its tragic past into a colorful art installation

A series of fiberglass elephant statues, decorated by local artisans, populate Erwin’s Main Street every summer

Trading adrenaline rushes for folklore and magic at the Tennessee adventure park where wishes come true

Trading adrenaline rushes for folklore and magic at the Tennessee adventure park where wishes come true

Many people visit Foxfire Mountain in the Smokies not for its ziplines, but because of its cider-making and wish-granting 'Wyiles'

Planning a post-quarantine road trip: How to travel safely and responsibly in a changing world

Planning a post-quarantine road trip: How to travel safely and responsibly in a changing world

States across the U.S. are starting to open back up. What does that mean for when, where, and how to travel?

‘Pekin one, world zero’: How a 109-year-old Chinese restaurant in Montana has survived wars and pandemics

‘Pekin one, world zero’: How a 109-year-old Chinese restaurant in Montana has survived wars and pandemics

Pekin Noodle Parlor, a Butte landmark since 1911, offers comfort food with a side of history

Burn, baby, burn: Meet the families who are raising Burning Man’s next generation of burners

Burn, baby, burn: Meet the families who are raising Burning Man’s next generation of burners

Through child-centric programs like the Kidsville camp and Black Rock Explorers, kids learn how to survive and thrive in the desert

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