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The See America Podcast

Join us on one epic road trip, as we tell the stories behind destinations across the American landscape.

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See America | Lizzie Borden

By Jason Epperson Listen Below: Lizzie Borden took an axe,And gave her mother forty whacks;When she saw what she had done,She gave her father forty-one. Actually, the bordens received only 29 whacks, not the 81 suggested by the famous ditty, but regardless, Lizzie Borden’s alleged murder of her parents is...

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See America | Radio City Music Hall

The bright lights of Broadway shine on no less than 40 of the greatest stages on earth, and yet, one venue outshines all others

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See America | Carhenge

England has Stonehenge, we have Carhenge.

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See America | The Library of Congress

America is home to lots of things that we get to claim are the biggest and greatest, but there’s one facility in the U.S. that probably deserves more bragging rights than any other.

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See America | Graceland

Graceland is the second-most visited house museum each year, behind only the White House.

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See America | The Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry is as country as country can be. And I’m not talking about that modern country stuff.

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See America | Grant’s Farm

St. Louis, Missouri. Along the mighty Mississippi. Home of the Arch, the Cardinals, and Budweiser beer.

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See America | The TCL Chinese Theatre

Hollywood, California. Land of make-believe. If you’ve ever been, you know that a lot of what glitters, isn’t actually gold.

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See America | The American Banjo Museum

By Jason Epperson Listen Below: Road Trip to The American Banjo Museum: Bricktown. Oklahoma city.  A museum here tells the story of the only real, truly American musical instrument. It wasn’t just developed here, it was borne through the struggle for freedom, and tells the story of our country through...

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See America | Pikes Peak

Over 14,000 feet tall stands Pikes Peak a popular Colorado road trip destination.

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See America | Mars Cheese Castle

A glowing white stone castle shines like a beacon of hope to weary travelers in the southeast corner of Wisconsin.

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See America | Central Park

On this episode, America’s first landscaped park – Central Park.

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See America | Cedar Point

On this episode, Cedar Point, in Sandusky, Ohio, the second oldest amusement park in North America.

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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

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

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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

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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

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See America | The SPAM Museum

Let’s See America with a road trip to the the SPAM museum, in Austin, Minnesota.

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See America | Eyes on the Sky in Platte River, Nebraska

In the heart of the rolling Great Plains, thousands of one of the largest flying birds on earth rest and feed in the light of the setting sun.

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See America | American Tobacco Campus and Burt’s Bees

Durham has witnessed a massive revitalization, as it turned the scars of an industry in free-fall into new life and prosperity.

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See America | Red Rocks Amphitheater

In the western suburbs of Denver, Colorado, lies a unique music venue that many consider the finest in the world.

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See America | Charters of Freedom

In one, oval-shaped room, the full weight of our nation and the American experience takes hold of you and doesn’t let go.

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See America | Chicago Sculpture

One of my favorite things about Chicago is one of the lesser-known reasons to visit – world-class urban sculpture.

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See America | The Hoover Dam and Its Mascot

In the desert of the southwest sits a looming, concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between Nevada and Arizona.

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See America | The Wave Organ

The Wave Organ’s song is always changing, much like the tide itself and the city it sings to.

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See America | The City Museum

In the heart of America sits one of the wildest museums in the world.

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See America | Colleen Moore’s Fairy Castle

This was the original tiny house, long before tiny houses were cool.

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See America | Biltmore

Rising out of the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Biltmore Estate seems almost to defy its own existence.

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See America | The Market Theater Gum Wall

From the thriving food and drink scene to eclectic attractions to art and artists, there’s no shortage of things-to-do in the bustling Pike Place Market, and that includes taking in the site and, yes, the smell of the Gum Wall.

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See America | River Cities Speedway

It’s a tradition that continues to this very day, and as American as the clichéd apple pie. Dirt track races at the River Cities Speedway.

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The International UFO Museum & Research Center

This week, we road trip to Roswell in search of Aliens.

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See America | Bellingrath Gardens and Home

You could easily spend a week soaking in the Mobile area and we found one attraction that rises above all the rest.

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See America | The Hollywood Sign

This week, The Hollywood Sign.

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See America | Shreveport Water Works

One of the best things about a road trip is uncovering new experiences that weren’t even on your radar, and the Sherevport Waterworks was definitely not on our radar.

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See America | The Stanley Hotel

Listen below, or on any podcast app: See America is sponsored by Roadtrippers. America’s #1 trip planning app. Enjoy 20% off your first year of Roadtrippers PLUS with the code RVMILES2X By Jason Epperson Colorado’s Estes Valley was once a wild, lonely parkland known only to the nomadic tribes of...

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See America | The Space Needle

Listen below, or on any podcast app: By Jason Epperson Rising high above the Seattle skyline is one of the most iconic structures in the world. It was built in just 400 days, held together 74,000 bolts. Today, it stands as a symbol of the Pacific Northwest, reminding us of...

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See America | Cadillac Ranch

If you blink you could miss one of the wildest art installations in the west. The Cadillac Ranch.

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See America | The Great Buffalo Roundup

Probably the most iconic American mammal is the bison, or buffalo as it’s colloquially called.

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See America | The Neon Boneyard

Las Vegas, Nevada. The quintessential Road Trip destination. For nearly 100 years it’s been the American epicenter for gambling, live spectacles, shotgun weddings, magicians, and all sorts of assorted vice. Its proximity to Southern California ensures the desert oasis is fed with a continuous supply of visitors, and its reputation...

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RV Miles Launches “See America” Podcast

A new narrative-style podcast is coming this month that will feature the stories behind great American road trip destinations. The See America Podcast is hosted by Jason Epperson and Abigail Trabue, full-time travelers, and hosts of the popular RV Miles and America’s National Parks podcast. See America joins a network of digital resources for United States...

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