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Albus the Crab is in heaven finding a giant coffee cup at Nyberg Park. Nyberg Park features scrap-metal sculptures by local artist Ken Nyberg, including one honoring his daughter and fellow Vining native, NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg. Vining, Minnesota. (Nathanael Miller, 17 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Minnesota #Vining #KenNyberg #art #sculpture #albus #albusthecrab #roadside #roadsideamerica
Albus the Crab with a Big Ole Viking! Alexandria's Big Ole Viking stands 28 feet tall and was built in 1965 to accompany the Kensington Runestone to the World's Fair. The Kensington Runestone is a purported Viking runestone found in Minnesota in the 19th century that claims to chronicle a 14th century Viking incursion into North America. Ponce was in commission from 1971 - 2017. Alexandria, Minnesota. (Nathanael Miller, 17 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Minnesota #viking #bigoleviking #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Legacy of the Lakes Museum. The museum maintains and incredible collection of boats, fishing gear, and resort memorabilia while telling the story of recreation and water life on the Minnesota lakes. Alexandria, Minnesota. (Nathanael Miller, 17 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Minnesota #woodenboat #legacyofthelakes #chriscraft #lake #lakes #museum #museums #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and the world's largest sandhill crane. "Sandy" is a 40-foot high steel sculpture built from 1998-99 by James Miller. Steele is in the Dakota Coteau Rangeland, a major resting spot for migratory birds, such as the sandhill crane. Steele, North Dakota. (Nathanael Miller, 16 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NorthDakota #roadside #roadsideamerica #worldslargest #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the reconstructed Fort Mandan. Maintained as a state historic park, the reconstructed Fort Mandan shows how the Lewis and Clark expedition lived after building the fort during the winter of 1804 - 1805. The original site of the fort is within eight miles of the reconstruction, but the exact site has been lost to history. Washburn, North Dakota. (Nathanael Miller, 15 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NorthDakota #LewisandClark #FortMandan #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Mount Rushmore. Carved from 1927 to 1941 by Gutzon Borglum and his son, Lincoln Borglum, each figure on Mount Rushmore is carved on the scale of a person about 465 feet tall. Keystone, South Dakota. (Nathanael Miller, 13 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #SouthDakota #MountRushmore #rushmore #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab insisted his personal photographer (me) get into this shot with him at Devils Tower. Devils Tower is an igneous formation standing 867 feet (265 m) from summit to base. It is the erosional remnant of an ancient volcanic system dating form over 50 million agos. Devils Tower was the first declared national monument (declared by Pres. Theodore Roosevelt in 1906). It was made famous in the 1979 film " Close Encounters of the Third Kind." It is also a VERY sacred place to the people of many of the first nations across the northern American west, so be respectful when you visit. Hulett, Wyoming. (Nathanael Miller, 11 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wyoming #devilstower #nps #nationalparks #nationalpark #sioux #lakota #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Chimney Rock. Chimney Rock is a 300-foot tall pillar left by erosion of the surrounding prairie over the past 34 million years. It was one of the major landmarks for westward-bound pioneers on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails during the 19th century. Morrill County Nebraska. (Nathanael Miller, 10 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nebraska #oregontrail #nps #nationalpark #nationalparks #chimneyrock #pioneer #pioneers #wagons #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on Windlass Hill. Windlass Hill marks the spot where the Oregon Trail left the high flatlands and descended into the lowlands of Ash Hollow and the and the North Platte River valley. Thousands of settlers crossed this hill and looked out from here across the Great Plains. Lewellen, Nebraska. (Nathanael Miller, 09 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nebraska #roadside #roadsideamerica #OregonTrail #WildWest #WindlassHill #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at an origianl Pony Express Station in Gothenburg. Built in 1854 as a fur trading post, this buidling was orgiinally a two-story structure. From 1860 - 1861 it was used as the Sam Machette Station. The city moved it from the outskirts to its current location in 1931. Unfortunately, the first floor of the structure was structurally unsound by the time of the move, so the city demolished the lower level and established the upper floor on the new foundation. Gothenburg, Nebraska. (Nathanael Miller, 09 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nebraska #roadside #roadsideamerica #Gothenburg #PonyExpress #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the birthplace of James T. Kirk. Riverside is the official "future birthplace" of Star Trek's legendary Capt. James T. Kirk. The town has a stone monument at the site of Kirk's future home, and even an official starship named USS Riverside. Riverside, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #Riverside #StarTrek #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the marker at the corner of Territorial Road and 270th Avenue identifying the site of the farm where Buffalo Bill Cody was born in 1846. Le Claire, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #LeClaire #BuffaloBillCody #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Antique Archaeology. Antique Archaeology is home to the History Channel show "American Pickers." Part working antique store, part working gift shop, and part working TV show set, the site is a fun place to visit. There is no guarantee any of the cast of the show will be there, but you never know! Le Claire, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #LeClaire #AntiqueArchaeology #HistoryChannel #AmericanPickers #albus #albusthecrab
Antique Archaeology is home to the History Channel show "American Pickers." Part working antique store, part working gift shop, and part working TV show set, the site is a fun place to visit. There is no guarantee any of the cast of the show will be there, but you never know! Le Claire, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #LeClaire #AntiqueArchaeology #HistoryChannel #AmericanPickers #albus #albusthecrab
Antique Archaeology is home to the History Channel show "American Pickers." Part working antique store, part working gift shop, and part working TV show set, the site is a fun place to visit. There is no guarantee any of the cast of the show will be there, but you never know! Le Claire, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #LeClaire #AntiqueArchaeology #HistoryChannel #AmericanPickers #albus #albusthecrab
Antique Archaeology is home to the History Channel show "American Pickers." Part working antique store, part working gift shop, and part working TV show set, the site is a fun place to visit. There is no guarantee any of the cast of the show will be there, but you never know! Le Claire, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #LeClaire #AntiqueArchaeology #HistoryChannel #AmericanPickers #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on the pilot house of the steamboat Lone Star. Buffalo Bill Cody was born in Le Claire in 1846. The Buffalo Bill Cody Museum tells the story of the wild west showman, but also includes the overall story of Le Claire's growth on the Mississippi. Signature artifacts include a desk likely owned by Abraham Lincoln, the teepee of Iron Eyes Kelly, found by the cast of "American Pickers" (Iron Eyes was most famous for his role as the 'Cryng Indiana' in 1970s anti-littering commercials), and the steamboat Lone Star. The Lone Star is the last remaining example of wooden "Western-style" Mississippi River paddlewheel steamboats, aand was in service for 77 years from 1890 - 1967. Le Claire, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 08 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #LeClaire #BuffaloBillCody #museum #museums #BuffaloBillCodyMuseum #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Hurstville Lime Kilns, the only remaining major structural element of the major lime-producing factory and town begun by Alfred Hurst in 1871. The kilns were last used in 1920 as the lime industry was supplanted by the use of Portland cement for construction. Maquoketa, Iowa. (Nathanael Miller, 07 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Iowa #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus with a 50-foot statue of the Lombardi Trophy at Lambeu Field, home of the champion Green Bay Packers. Opening in 1957, the ever-evolving venue is the oldest continually operating football statdium in the NFL, and even features the giant Lombardi Trophy. Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Nathanael Miller, 07 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wisconsin #FoxRiver #GreenBay #LambeauField #Packers #GreenBayPackers #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab halfway to the North Pole. Along Highway 41 between Oconto and Peshtigo, the marker is one of several placed by local newspaper editor Frank Noyes in the 1930s to mark the half-way point between the equator and north pole. Peshtigo, Wisconsin. (Nathanael Miller, 05 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wisconsin #45degrees #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on the Hub Trail boardwalk in Sault Ste. Marie ("Soo Saint Marie") looking across the St. Marys River to Michigan, USA, behind him. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. (Nathanael Miller, 04 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #explorecanada #Canada #Ontario #SaultSteMarie #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at St. Andrews West parish church. The parish was founded in 1784. Township of South Stormont, Ontario, Canada. (Nathanael Miller, 02 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #explorecanada #Canada #Ontario #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab made a new friend, Vermont the Bear, at the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. Founded in 1983 by John Sortino, the Vermont Teddy Bear Company (or "VTB") specializes in jointed bears, but crafts all kinds of cuddly, customizable friends for all ages. Shelburne, Vermont. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Vermont #Shelburne #VermontTeddyBear #Loveisinthebear #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab checks out the covered bridge. Built in 1845, the bridge originally spanned the Lamoille River in northern Vermont. It features a structure of parallel-chord trusses and arches patented by Theodore Burr. It was moved to the museum in 1971. A museum of art, design, and Americana, the Shelburne Museum maintains a large campus that displays many historic buildings along with the vast art collection. Shelburne, Vermont. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Vermont #Shelburne #ShelburneMuseum #museum #museums #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab checks out a giant toy jack make of fireplugs that stands across the street from the firehouse on Shelburne Road (Route 7). Created by artist Chris Sharp, it was one of his ways of recognizing the heroic efforts of first responders after 9/11. Shelburne, Vermont. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Vermont #Shelburne #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab visits the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. Founded in 1983 by John Sortino, the Vermont Teddy Bear Compnay (or "VTB") specializes in jointed bears, but crafts all kinds of cuddly, customizable friends for all ages. Shelburne, Vermont. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Vermont #Shelburne #VermontTeddyBear #Loveisinthebear #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab checks out the only monument he's ever seen to a probably fictitious creature (note I said "probably" and NOT "definitely"!). Lake Champlain is home to a legendy creature dubbed "Champ." Burlington, Vermont. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Aug. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Vermont #Burlington #LakeChamplain #Champ #LakeMonster #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab reads a dedication plaque in the sally port of Fort Constitution. Fort Constitution was originally the British Fort William & Mary. In December 1774 one of the first armed acts of the on-comming American Revolution happened when colonists took over the fort to sieze arms and munitions. New Castle, New Hampshire. (Nathanael Miller, 31 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewHampshire #Portsmouth #lighthouse #albus #albusthecrab #fortconstitution #americanrevolution
Albus the Crab visits the experimental submarine USS Albacore (AGSS 569) on permanent display at Portsmouth. The Albacore was the test bed for numerous submarine technologies, most notably the tear-drop shaped hull for high speed underwater. Albacore was in commission from 1953 - 1972 and opened as a museum in 1986. Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Nathanael Miller, 31 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewHampshire #Portsmouth #Albacore #USSAlbacore #submarine #museum #museums #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Portland Head Lighthouse in Fort William Park, first lit in 1791. It is the oldest lighthouse in Maine. Cape Elizabeth, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 30 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #CapeElizabeth #FortWilliam #PortlandHead #PortlandHeadLight #lighthouse #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse. Located in Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island, Bass Harbor Head was first lit in 1858. The rocky shoreline near the light is a popular hiking and photography spot. Tremont, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 29 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #mountdesertisland #acadia #nps #nationalparks #nationalpark #bassharbor #lighthouse #albus #albusthecrab
Albus and the Paul Bunyan statue. Bangor claims to be the birthplace of lumberjack Paul Bunyan, and commemorates him with this 31-foot statue that has stood since 1959. Bangor, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 27 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #Bangor #paulbunyan #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab checks out the fourth-order Fresnel lens in the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse (one only six Fresnel lenses still in used in Maine). The first lighthouse built here was lit in 1827, but structural problems caused it to be replaced by the current tower in 1835. The keeper's house is now a fisherman's museum. Pemaquid Point is the lighthouse featured on the 2003 Maine state quarter. Bristol, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 26 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #waterfront #maritime #fishing #seaport #lighthouse #pemaquid #pemaquidpointlighthouse #pemaquidpoint #Bristol #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab checks out a crab (a shipyard capstan used to provide mechanical advantage) at the Maine Maritime Museum. Founded in 1962, the Maine Maritime Museum preserves the five remaining buildings of the historic Percy and Small Shipyard on the Kennebec River next to the Bath Iron Works. The museum boasts a life-sized, stylized sculpture of the Wyoming, the largest schooner ever built, located on the site where the Wyoming was constructed. It also features an art gallery, displays in the historic buildings detailing ship construction, and a scale-model demonstration of ship launching techniques. Bath, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 26 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #waterfront #maritime #fishing #seaport #mainemaritimemuseum #museum #museums #history #historic ; #bathmaine #cityofbath #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on Cliff Island in Casco Bay. Casco Bay is the second deepest natural anchorage in the United States after Norfolk, Virginia. Portland, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 25 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #Portland #waterfront #maritime #fishing #seaport #cascobay #mailboat #cascobaylines #cruisecascobay #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab aboard the Casco Bay Lines mailboat Manquoit II. Casco Bay is the second deepest natural anchorage in the United States after Norfolk, Virginia. Portland, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 25 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #Portland #waterfront #maritime #fishing #seaport #cascobay #mailboat #cascobaylines #cruisecascobay #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab enjoying after-lunch coffee at the Porthold Restaurant and Put. The Porthole is smack in the middle of the vibrant Portland waterfront, a major New England seaport. In fact, Casco Bay is the second deepest natural anchorage in the United States after Norfolk, Virginia. Portland, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 25 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #Portland #waterfront #maritime #fishing #seaport #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Becky's Diner on Hobson's Wharf in Portland. The diner opened in 1991 and is the quintessential New England diner serving AMAZING seafood! Portland, Maine. (Nathanael Miller, 24 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Maine #BeckysDiner #Portland #seafood #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab is "Bewitched" in Salem! The 1960s TV show "Bewitched" is commemorated by the TV Land network with this 2005 statue of starring actress Elizabeth Montgomery in the "witchcraft capital" of the U.S--Salem. Salem, Massachusetts. (Nathanael Miller, 23 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #museum #museums #Salem #witch #SalemWitchTrial #witchhunt #magic #witchcraft #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab gets a tour of Old North Bridge from Lex, a Colonial militia bear. Old North Bridge was the site of the start of organized Patriot combat operations against the British during the running battle from Lexington to Concord, and back past Lexington to Boston, that began the American Revolution in April 1775. The orignal bridge was destroyed by the elements long ago, and was rebuilt to replicate known accounts of the original bridge's appearance. Concord, Massachusetts. (Nathanael Miller, 22 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #museum #museums #NPS #nationalparks #nationalpark #AmericanRevolution #RevolutionaryWar #Lexington #Concord #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab in Buckman Tavern. Buckman Tavern, built circa 1709, was a meeting point for the colonial militia in Lexington, and was the muster site when Capt. John Parker mobiliized them the night of April 18, 1775, for what would become the Battle of Lexington on April 19. Lexington, Massachusetts. (Nathanael Miller, 22 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #museum #museums #NPS #nationalparks #nationalpark #AmericanRevolution #RevolutionaryWar #Lexington #Concord #Buckman #BuckmanTavern #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Battle Green, Lexington. Battle Green in Lexington was the site of the 5:00 a.m. Battle of Lexington on April 19, 1775--the first action in the American Revolution. The green features the an obelisk that is the oldest battle monument in America (placed in 1779) whick is also the burial site of 8 patriots who died in the skirmish, and a statue of Captain John Parker, who led the Lexington militia. Lexington, Massachusetts. (Nathanael Miller, 22 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #museum #museums #NPS #nationalparks #nationalpark #AmericanRevolution #RevolutionaryWar #Lexington #Concord #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and his friend from Hawaii, Kaholo the Crab, at Bunker Hill. The June, 17, 1775, Battle of Bunker Hill was part of the Siege of Boston laid by the Continental forces following the Battles of Lexington and Concord in April. Charlestown was burned to the grounda and the British won, but at such a cost to make it a strategic win for the Patriot cause. Charlestown, Massachusetts. (Nathanael Miller, 21 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #Navy #naval #warship #warships #museum #museums #Charlestown #BunkerHill #NPS #nationalparks #nationalpark #AmericanRevolution #RevolutionaryWar #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and his friend from Hawaii, Kaholo the Crab, visit USS Constitution. Launched in 1797, Constitution entered service ("commsioned" in today's terminology) in 1798. She is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world, and is, along with the World War II carrier USS Enterprise (CV 6), one of the two most decorated and successful ships in Navy history. Today she is permanently berthed as a living Navy museum at the Boston Navy Yard. The ship has existed in four centuries (18th, 19th, 20th, 21st), and served under 44 of the 45 Presidents of the United States. Charlestown, Massachusetts. (Nathanael Miller, 21 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #Navy #naval #warship #warships #museum #museums #Charlestown #USSConstitution #Constitution #Boston #BostonNavyYard #oldestwarship #albus #albusthecrab
Starting a new game. Albus has a challenge he wants to throw everyone: "From Albus: Guess Where!" The only hint you get is the state; otherwise the answer will be forthcoming in a later post, so let's get going! (Nathanael Miller, July 21, 2018) From Albus: Guess Where I Am! #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Massachusetts #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab #GuessWhere
Albus the Crab and a giant milk can building in Manville / North Smithfield (sort of on the edge of both). It was built in 1929 in Lincoln, Rhode Island, as an ice cream place called "The Milk Can," but went out business in 1968. It was bought and moved to its present location on Highway 146 on the outskirts of Manville and North Smithfield by 1991. Ground water problems have so far prevented it from being re-opened. Manville, Rhode Island. (Nathanael Miller, 20 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #RhodeIsland #MilkCan #MilkCanBuilding #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on a Japanese midget submarine displayed at the Submarine Force Museum & Library is a free museum that houses and interprets the magnificent stories of the intrepid sailors who have sailed as part of the Silent Service. Groton, Connecticut. (Nathanael Miller, 19 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Navy #naval #warship #Connecticut #USSNautilus #Nautilus #submarine #museum #museums #silentservice #albus #albusthecrab
Our Hawaiian friend Kaholo popped up for a reunin with Albus, and here they are at New Bridge Landing/ This was the site of a wooden bridge (replaced in teh 19th century with a metal swing-span) that was a critical point to the successful escape of Gen. Washington's Continental Army after the defeats in New York in November 1776. The Jan Zabriskie-Steuben House was confiscated from the loyalist Zabriskie family and given to Baron Von Steuben. He later sold in back to the Zabriskie family. Gen. Washington used the house as his HQ during the retreat and enacampment here. Hackensack, New Jersey. (Nathanael Miller, 18 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewJersey #AmericanRevolution #Revolution #RevolutionaryWar #NewBridgeLanding #albus #albusthecrab
Kaholo the Crab, last seen in April on his home island of Oahu, popped up for a reunion with Albus in New Jersey. The two visited the Baylor Massacre was a surprise attack on the 3rd Regiment of Continental Light Dragoons under the command of Colonel George Baylor on Sept. 27, 1778. During the battle, several Patriots were supposedly bayoneted after surrendering. Six were buried here on the site of an old tannery that was at the center of action. River Vale, New Jersey. (Nathanael Miller, 18 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewJersey #AmericanRevolution #Revolution #RevolutionaryWar #BaylorMassacre #albus #albusthecrab
Kaholo the Crab (we first met Kaholo back in Hawaii in April) popped up for an unexpected reunion with Albus the Crab at the sternplate from the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CV 6). The sternplate is one of only two major pieces of the ship's hull known to still exist (the other is a porthole on display at the Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida). Enterprise was the most decorated ship of World War II and, along with USS Constitution, one of the two most successful ships in Navy history. The carrier was in commission from 1938 - 1947. River Vale, New Jersey. (Nathanael Miller, 18 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Navy #naval #warship #aircraftcarrier #enterprise #USSEnterprise #BigE #WorldWarII #albus #albusthecrab #NewJersey
Albus the Crab with a 15-foot tall statue of an Amish man stands outside Xtreme Graphix on Bay Road in Milford. He's been around quite a bit and stood in front of several different businesses in several locations. Milford, Delaware. (Nathanael Miller, 17 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #roadside #roadsideamerica #giant #mufflerman #albus #albusthecrab
Albus at the Battle of Great Bridge site. Built from 1856-1860, the Chesapeake and Albermarle Canal (and its modern-day draw bridge) cuts through the site of the Patriot lines of defense against the British forces arrayed just north of the Elizabeth River at Fort Murray across the Great Bridge. The December 1775 Battle of Great Bridge was a resounding Patriot victory that secured most of eastern Virginia for the Patriots until the invasion of Cornwallis prior to his defeat at Yorktown in 1781. Chesapeake, Virginia. (Nathanael Miller, 14 July 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Norfolk #VisitVA #Navy #naval #GreatBridge #AmericanRevolution #revolutionarywar #HamptonRoads #albus #albusthecrab
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