See America | Oliver Lee State Park

See America | Oliver Lee State Park

This episode of the See America Podcast was written and hosted by Jason Epperson, and narrated by Abigail Trabue. Listen below: On the eastern edge of New Mexico’s Sacramento Mountains, a few miles west of the rolling dunes of White Sands National Park sit the remains of two unassuming cabins...

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See America | Fenway Park

See America | Fenway Park

Nestled in the city of Boston is what is often called “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark.”

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See America | Monument Valley

See America | Monument Valley

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is said to be one of the most photographed places on earth.

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See America | Rock Island

See America | Rock Island

Rock Island is one of those towns that pops up in nostalgic culture over and over, but not a lot of people know where it is or much about it.

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See America | White Pillars

See America | White Pillars

I want to describe to you the best burger I’ve ever had.

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See America | Hjemkomst

See America | Hjemkomst

In 1971, Robert Asp decided to celebrate his culture and return to the sea.

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See America | The World’s Largest Truck Stop

See America | The World’s Largest Truck Stop

This is no ordinary gas station. It’s the Iowa 80 Truck Stop in Walcott, Iowa

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See America | The National Naval Aviation Museum and the Blue Angels

See America | The National Naval Aviation Museum and the Blue Angels

The National Naval Aviation Museum is one of the most-visited museums in the state of Florida, and it’s easy to see why.

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See America | The Copper Mines of Jerome, Arizona

See America | The Copper Mines of Jerome, Arizona

High in the hills overlooking Arizona’s Verde Valley, a tiny town filled with history sits, like a mother bird over nesting over her eggs.

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See America | The Mammoth Site

See America | The Mammoth Site

Let’s See America with a road trip to the Mammoth Site museum, in Hot Springs, South Dakota.

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