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Albus the Crab checks out a map of Williams while having his morning coffee at the Pine Country Restaurant. Williams, Arizona, was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1901. It's named for the famous trapper, scout, and mountain man, William "Old Bill" Williams. Williams was the last town on old Route 66 (the "mother road") by Interstate 40 when I-40 was completed in 1984. Today Williams is known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon." Williams, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 19 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #GrandCanyon #route66 #williams #Route66Official #pinecountry #pinecountryrestaurant #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and the world's largest metal Route 66 sign. Addicted to 66 Deals is a rather massive souvenir shop dedicated to Route 66. It is home to the world's largest metal Route 66 sign. Williams, Arizona, was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1901. It's named for the famous trapper, scout, and mountain man, William "Old Bill" Williams. Williams was the last town on old Route 66 (the "mother road") by Interstate 40 when I-40 was completed in 1984. Today Williams is known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon." Williams, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 19 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #GrandCanyon #route66 #williams #Route66Official #Addictedto66 #Addictedto66Deals #worldslargest #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and averages one mile deep. Carved by the Colorado River over millions of years, it is one of the few geological feature easily seen from orbit. The canyon is home to numerous tribes, including the Hopi, Yavapai, Navajo, and Hualapai. The canyon has over 4,000 known archaeological sites, including the Tusayan Ruins; the museum at the Tusayan ruins preserves split-twig wooden effigies over 4,000 years old. The Desert View Watch Tower was built in the 1930s by Mary Colter with the help of several local tribal artists to look like an ancient tower featuring the arts of multiple tribes. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 18 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #GrandCanyon #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #GrandCanyonNPS #wildlife #americanindian #indian #nativeamerican #hopi #yavapai #navajo #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on Hoover Dam. Spanning the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona, Hoover Dam creates Lake Meade and is one of the key electrical power and irrigation facilities in the southwestern U.S. Completed in 1936, the dam is 726 feet high and holds back about 10 trillion gallons of water. The Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge was completed in 2010 to eliminate the traffic bottleneck on the dam, and is the second-highest bridge in the U.S. Hoover Dam, Nevada-Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 17 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nevada #desert #Arizona #dam #Hoover #HooverDam #LakeMeade #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Nevada State Museum, Las VegasThe Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, is one of seven state museums scattered around Nevada. The museum tells the story of Nevada from prehistory to the present day. It's located on the grounds of Spring Preserve, a living museum of Nevada wildlife. Las Vegas, Nevada. (Nathanael Miller, 16 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nevada #desert #Vegas #Lasvegas #nevadastatemuseum #springpreserve #nevadastatemuseumlasvegas #museum #museums #albus #albusthecrab
The Last Charge of the Grand Tour is underway. Seven states left for the Final Phase, and two of them are already down. Keep watching as Albus the Crab and the USS Ponce and I complete this year-long adventure through all 50 United States. #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #albus #albusthecrab #USSPonce #Ponce #PonceFlags #LPD15 #ProudLion
Albus the Crab at the Sand Springs Pony Express Station. The Sand Springs Pony Express Station was one of the 184 stations at which riders switched to fresh horses. The Pony Express ran from 1860 - 1861 before being supplanted by the first transcontinental telegraph. Fallon, Nevada. (Nathanael Miller, 13 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nevada #Fallon #ponyexpress #sandsprings #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and Big Roy. Big Roy is a classic "Muffler Man" who has found new life as a cowboy along side Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway in Hat Creek. Big Roy used to stand as a mechanic outside a shop in Dunsmuir, California. Hat Creek, California. (Nathanael Miller, 12 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #California #mufflerman #roadside #roadsideamerica #bigroy #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Hi-Lo Cafe. The Hi-Lo was named for the difference in room prices between rooms up the hill and down the hill many years ago. Weed was founded by Abner Weed in 1901 as a logging town. Weed sits in the shadow of Mount Shasta's 14, 261 foot peak. Weed, California. (Nathanael Miller, 12 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #California #volcano #volcanic #mountshasta #shasta #blackbutte #weed #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the world's largest chocolate fountain. Alaska Wildberry's main store features artist Mike Sirl's chocolate fountain. With copper kettles and 3,000 lbs. of flowing chocolate, it is believed to be the largest chocolate fountain in the world. Anchorage, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 6 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #worldslargest #chocolate #chocolatefountain #alaskawildberry #alaskawildberryproducts #chocolatefall #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab in Seward. A Russian fur trading post existed on this site in Resurrection Bay before Seward was established in 1903. Named for William Seward, Secretary of State for Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, Seward is the southern terminus for the Alaska Railroad and the historic starting point of the Iditarod Trail. William Seward succeeded in purchasing Alaska from Russia for the U.S. in 1867. Seward, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 5 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #seward #iditarod #alaskarailroad #williamseward #sewardsfolly #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the headquarters and museum of the famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome. Started in 1973 by Joe Redington, Sr., the Iditarod is at once a commemoration of the 1867 acquisition of the Alaska territory by the U.S., the famous 1925 diphtheria serum run to Nome, and the heritage of dog teams throughout Alaskan history. The grounds feature a statue of Iditarod race founder Joe Redington and of Balto, the Siberian Husky who led his team on the final leg of the 1925 serum run. Wasilla, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 03 October 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #wasilla #balto #iditarod #sleddog #mushing #iditarodsleddograce #albus #albusthecrab #roadside #roadsideamerica
Albus the Crab at The Anchorage Museum. The Anchorage Museum opened in 1968. It's diverse collection tells the story of the art, culture, history, and natural history of Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 02 October 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #anchoragemuseum #museum #musuems #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and Ian Carver and the statue of Ivar Haglund, a true Seattle legend, character, and entrepreneur who passed away at 79 years old in 1985. Seattle, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 30 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Pike Place Market. Pike Place Market opened in 1907. It has over 500 vendors in 8 buildings, and currently ranks as the 33rd most popular tourist destination in the world. Seattle, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 30 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #pikeplace #pikeplacemarket #publicmarket #farmersmarket #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab has a post-hike snake at the Henry M. Jackson Visitor center in Mount Rainier National Park. With a summit reaching 14,411 ft above sea level, Mount Rainier is the highest peak in the state of Washington and the highest mountain in the Cascade range. Even on a day when Rainier's summit is obscured by clouds, hiking on the volcano's slopes can put one within reach of black tail deer, chipmunks, and marmots, all in broad, bright sunlight. Rainier is an active, if dormant, volcano only 50 miles as the crow flies from the famous Mount St. Helens. Paradise, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #mountrainiernps #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #mountrainier #volcano #cascades #cascade #mountain #hiking #hightpoint #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Mount Rainier National Park. With a summit reaching 14,411 ft above sea level, Mount Rainier is the highest peak in the state of Washington and the highest mountain in the Cascade range. Even on a day when Rainier's summit is obscured by clouds, hiking on the volcano's slopes can put one within reach of black tail deer, chipmunks, and marmots, all in broad, bright sunlight. Rainier is an active, if dormant, volcano only 50 miles as the crow flies from the famous Mount St. Helens. Paradise, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #mountrainiernps #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #mountrainier #volcano #cascades #cascade #mountain #hiking #hightpoint #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Johnston Ridge Observatory. Six miles north of Mount St. Helens, the Johnston Ridge Observatory is named for Dr. David Johnston, a volcanologist who died during the May 1980 eruption. The observatory houses a large, fiber optic map of the eruption. The map was built by Douglas Carver in 1997, Douglas was the father of my best friend Ian Carver (Ian, then about 13, helped his dad wire up the large map). Even with a cloud obscuring its now-reduced summit, Mount St. Helens dominates the landscape. Toutle, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 17 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #suquamish #seattle #chiefseattle #tribe #tribal #museum #museums #volcano #volcanic #mountsainthelens #mountsthelens #eruption #spiritlake #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and Rocktopus. Rocktopus was built in 2009 by Oliver Strong and Maureen Wall. It lives on the waterfront of Port Angeles. Port Angeles is the first deep water port in the Pacific Northwest encountered by ships coming in from the Pacific Ocean. Port Angeles, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 13 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #portangeles #rocktopus #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Rocktopus was built in 2009 by Oliver Strong and Maureen Wall. It lives on the waterfront of Port Angeles. Port Angeles is the first deep water port in the Pacific Northwest encountered by ships coming in from the Pacific Ocean. Port Angeles, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 13 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #portangeles #rocktopus #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab mans the controls from the submarine USS Greenling (SSN 614). Greenling was in commission from 1967 - 1994. Founded in 1995, the Naval Undersea Museum is operated by the Navy's History and Heritage Command. Featured exhibits include the sail from USS Sturgeon (SSN 637), the DSRV Mystic, and the deep submersible Trieste II. Keyport, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 11 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #keyport #museum #museums #navy #naval #warship #warships #undersea #warfare #navalunderseamuseum #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and the old Bishop Barn. Originally owned by the McConaghys as part of their dairy, the land and barn were sold off and the barn was allowed to deteriorate by the new owners until the Bishop family, neighbors and fellow dairy makers with the old McConaghy family, bought the land and barn in 2016, but the barn is too far gone to restore. Interesting personal connection: my best friend Ian Carver's great-grandfather was hidden for several days in this barn after jumping ship shortly after the barn was built in 1915. The barn can be seen off Beaver Valley Road (State Route 19) as you head towards Port Ludlow. Jefferson County, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 05 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #portludlow #bishopbarn #barn #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and the Point Wilson Lighthouse. The first light at Port Townsend was lit in 1879, but eventually replaced by the current structure, which was first lit in 1914. Port Townsend, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 31 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #lighthouse #pointwilson #porttownsend #albus #albusthecrab
Ablus the Crab at the Astoria Column. The Astoria Column is a The 125-foot tall column atop the 600-foot high Coxcomb Hill. It was built in 1926. Astoria, Oregon. (Nathanael Miller, 30 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Oregon #roadside #roadsideamerica #Astoria #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Dee Wight Observatory. The Dee Wight Observatory is an observation tower built of lava rack over looking an ancient lava flow of the Cascades Range. It was built in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and named for the construction crew's foreman. Blue River, Oregon. (Nathanael Miller, 29 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Oregon #blueriver #lava #volcano #volcanic #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab in Julia Davis Park. Julia Davis Park occupies land donated by Thomas Jefferson Davis in 1907 in honor of his late wife, Julia. The land used to be the Davis orchard. The park features a cancer survivor plaza with kinetic kites, a larger-than-life statue of Abraham Lincoln, and a sizable rose garden. Boise, Idaho. (Nathanael Miller, 28 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Idaho #roadside #roadsideamerica #juliadavispark #albus #albusthecrab
Albus at the Great Salt Lake. The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the largest remnant of Lake Bonneville, a prehistoric lake the once covered most of Utah and parts of Idaho. The Great Salt Lake covers an average of 1,700 square miles, but its water level fluctuates significantly. A railroad causeway across the lake's center creates differing levels of salinity in each half, resulting in the northern half of the lake taking on a reddish hue and the southern half looking more blue. Great Salt Lake, Uta. (Nathanael Miller, 27 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Utah #greatsaltlake #albus #albusthecrab
Albus at the Golden Spike National Historic Site. The Golden Spike National Historic Site preserves the site where the first transcontinental railroad was finally completed May 10, 1869. The site features working replicas of the Central Pacific's locomotive Jupiter and the Union Pacific's #119 , which were the trains that ceremonially met at the completion of the railroad. Box Elder County, Utah. (Nathanael Miller, 27 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Utah #goldenspike #goldenspikenationalhistoricsite #railroad #unionpacific #centralpacific #history #historic #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Museum of Idaho. The Museum of Idaho had its genesis in the 1898 ladies' Village Improvement Society club. The museum tells the storhy of Idaho from prehistory through the present day. It's current temporary exhibit is the world premier of Bruce Rosenbaum's Steampunk artwork, honoring such visonaries and inventors as Mary Shelly, Jan Ernst Matzeliger, George Eastman, Jules Verne, and H.G. Wells. Idaho Falls, Idaho. (Nathanael Miller, 27 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Idaho #museum #museums #museumofidaho #IdahoFalls #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Bannack State Park. Bannack State Park preserves the ghost town of Bannack. Bannack was founded in 1862 and was the first gold-rush boom town in Montana. Bannack lasted through World War II before finally beginning to die out. The state park pretty much "freezes" the town in time after the last few residents left the old ghost town in the 1970s. Bannack features architecture ranging from 1862 through the 1940s. Bannack, Montana. (Nathanael Miller, 26 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Montana #ghosttown #bannack #bannackstatepark #statepark #goldrush #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at 45 degrees north - halfway between the Equator and the North Pole. The line runs through the Montana section of Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 and is the oldest national park in the world. Over 90% of the park is in Wyoming, but parks of it cover land in Idaho and Montana. The park covers 3,468.4 square miles and encompasses the Yellowstone caldera, the largest supervolcano in North America. Yellowstone National Park, Montana. (Nathanael Miller, 24 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wyoming #Yellowstone #yellowstonenps #nationalpark #nationalparks #nps #volcano #supervolcano #wildlife #geyser #geysers #oldfaithful #bison #buffalo #albus #albusthecrab #montana
Albus at Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces. Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 and is the oldest national park in the world. Over 90% of the park is in Wyoming, but parks of it cover land in Idaho and Montana. The park covers 3,468.4 square miles and encompasses the Yellowstone caldera, the largest supervolcano in North America. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. (Nathanael Miller, 24 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wyoming #Yellowstone #yellowstonenps #nationalpark #nationalparks #nps #volcano #supervolcano #wildlife #geyser #geysers #oldfaithful #bison #buffalo #albus #albusthecrab
Ablus the Crab at the Continental Divide. Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 and is the oldest national park in the world. Over 90% of the park is in Wyoming, but parks of it cover land in Idaho and Montana. The park covers 3,468.4 square miles and encompasses the Yellowstone caldera, the largest supervolcano in North America. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. (Nathanael Miller, 23 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wyoming #Yellowstone #yellowstonenps #nationalpark #nationalparks #nps #volcano #supervolcano #wildlife #geyser #geysers #oldfaithful #bison #buffalo #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Old Faithful. Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 and is the oldest national park in the world. Over 90% of the park is in Wyoming, but parks of it cover land in Idaho and Montana. The park covers 3,468.4 square miles and encompasses the Yellowstone caldera, the largest supervolcano in North America. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. (Nathanael Miller, 23 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Wyoming #Yellowstone #yellowstonenps #nationalpark #nationalparks #nps #volcano #supervolcano #wildlife #geyser #geysers #oldfaithful #bison #buffalo #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Nevada City. Nevada City was on its way to becoming a lost ghost town when it was rescued and turned into an open-air museum. Founded in 1863, the town boomed until the gold mines played out, and by the 1940s it effectively dead and being torn down. Today it is a "built" town with 12 structures original to Nevada City, and the rest vintage Old West buildings from around Montana that have been relocated here to preserve them. Nevada City, Montana. (Nathanael Miller, 22 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Montana #ghosttown #montanaheritagecommission #wherehistorylives #nevadacity #ncmontana #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab met up with his friend Kaholo the Crab (from Hawai'i) in Elkhorn. Elkhorn is a real-live dead Old West mining ghost town. Established in 1872, the town boomed during the 1890s and died when the mine played out and the railroad left in the 20th century. Two structures, Gillian and Fraternity Halls, are maintained as part of Elkhorn State Park (both built in the 1890s). Many of the graves in the cemetery are of children killed by a late 19th century diptheria outbreak. There are about a dozen people still living there today. Elkhorn, Montana. (Nathanael Miller, 21 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Montana #ghosttown #elkhorn #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Museum of the Rockies. Affiliated with both Montana State University and the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of the Rockies tells the story of the evolution of Montana from prehistoric times through the modern age. It features galleries detailing the mining booms the state has seen, the culture and heritage of the American Indians, and possesses the biggest collection of dinosaur remains in the United States. The museum’s rotating exhibit hall is featuring an exhibition of guitars. Two notable pieces are the world’s largest playable electric guitar (a 43.5 foot long, 16 foot wide replica of a Gibson Flying V guitar), and the world’s largest fully playable multi-necked instrument (an eight-necked guitar with 51 strings). Bozeman, Montana. (Nathanael Miller, 20 August 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Montana #museumoftherockies #prehistory #museum #museums #dinosaur #dinosaurs #fossils #indians #americaindians #albus #albusthecrab
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
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