Community, Road Culture
June 5, 2020

‘We the people saved Route 66’: How one man’s dedication is keeping the Mother Road alive

Known as the "Guardian Angel of Route 66," 93-year-old Seligman barber and store owner Angel Delgadillo is still a vital part of his community

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Reliving the golden age of train travel at La Posada, the ‘Last Great Railroad Hotel’

Reliving the golden age of train travel at La Posada, the ‘Last Great Railroad Hotel’

Located right off Route 66 in Winslow, Arizona, the hotel's current owners have been restoring the Mission Revival masterpiece since 1997

Horseshoe Bend from 1,000 feet below: A paddleboarding adventure on the Colorado River

Horseshoe Bend from 1,000 feet below: A paddleboarding adventure on the Colorado River

From petroglyphs to wildlife, paddling through this part of northern Arizona offers stunning views from a less-explored perspective

It’s Hammer time: Thousands of RVers return to Johnson Valley for ‘the toughest one-day off-road race on the planet’

It’s Hammer time: Thousands of RVers return to Johnson Valley for ‘the toughest one-day off-road race on the planet’

King of the Hammers brings 60,000 people to the California desert for 10 days of racing and festivities each February

Famous Smoky Mountain moonshiner ‘Digger’ Manes wants to revitalize his tiny Tennessee hometown

Famous Smoky Mountain moonshiner ‘Digger’ Manes wants to revitalize his tiny Tennessee hometown

He may have a successful show on the Discovery Channel, but Manes’ true passions are his small shop and the town of Newport

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