1) If you take a drive along the back roads (i.e. pretty much all the roads) of southwest Mississippi early enough in the morning, you will repeatedly encounter turkey vultures picking through the evening’s roadkill. By the afternoon, the roadkill’s been picked clean - especially with the larger animals, all that…
You always bring places like this to my attention:
If you know nothing of Ukraine but Chornobyl (yes, this is the right way to spell the name of that town) check out this fan-made video that was made using drones:
Did you go places you always wanted to visit in 2015? Trips for work or school that turned into adventures? Tell us all about it!
Some of you LA people should do a meetup here! :D
It is September. I have been in Canada for two months: two weeks in British Columbia, three weeks in Alberta, a three-day drive over to Barrie, Ontario, then a week in Barrie, a week in Brantford, and a pair of days in Hamilton. Soon, I’m scheduled to be in Toronto, then Ottawa, then clumsily mangling the French…
If there’s any reason to love drones, it’s the fantastic footage of the world that’s being filmed by amateur and professionals alike. Case in point: Hamersley, a stunning short film by Dan Proud.
Remember when the Real ID Act was passed and signed into law back in 2005? Well, I don’t, either. Why am I bringing this up now, you may ask? Well...it seems that - thanks to provisions contained within it - people from the following states within the US:
In 1954, a quartet of young women set off across Canada in a Plymouth. Now, thanks to Library and Archives Canada, you can see the photos one of the group took, alongside excerpts from her diary of the trip. Fair warning—it will make you want to take off for wide open spaces in a borrowed car of boat-like dimensions.
Sturgis is a small town in western South Dakota with a year-round population of less than 7,000 people. Yet every year more than a hundred thousand bikers descend on that tiny town for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. This year being the 75th anniversary the numbers are even higher. But of course they haven’t just…
This is another cellphone related post where
I steal all of your best ideas
you can talk about all the things you love and hate, specifically apps. Which ones do you use all the time? What fun games do you play?
My brother and I went to Great Basin National Park today and took a tour of Lehman Caves, an amazing cave system that is truly a hidden gem in the middle of Nowhere, Nevada.
Forget the guidebooks. Today, we want to know about the much lesser known attractions near you.
When I was in Madrid, I was asked where I had come from. Upon hearing my answer of Morocco, he looked upset. “It’s a nice place, but if you don’t argue for everything they always try to cheat you!”
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The McBarge was a floating McDonald's restaurant constructed for Expo '86 in Vancouver, but after the expositions ended, it never saw another bag of french fries. Today, the McBarge sits empty in British Columbia's Burrard Inlet, although its owner hopes to someday turn it back into a working restaurant.
This is either a shot of six people marveling at yesterday's spring equinox sunset on an unseasonably warm-ish (42 degrees) evening in Anchorage, Alaska ... or lost album art for an LP of AM radio jams, circa 1973.
We've got another WinnieTheWoot topic today since her suggestion last week turned out to be so popular. If cost were no object, where in the world would you like to go?
This is the coolest f-ing story you're gonna see all f-ing day: a 300,000+ sq ft UNDERGROUND BIKE PARK has opened in a former limestone mine in (or beneath) Louisville, Kentucky.