$1.5 MILLION DOLLAR GRAVE?!?! 😳 Arlington Memorial Park • Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken
In this episode, Tommy surprises me by taking me to one of the coolest cemeteries we've ever visited where we saw million dollar graves, experienced paranormal activity in many forms, and were blown away by the gorgeous landscaping and spiritual monuments. People of note who are buried in Arlington... The Telephone Lady; Legendary Sports Caster, Harry Carey; NASCAR Legend Raymond Parks. Highly recommend visiting this gorgeous memorial park whether its to stare in awe at the elaborate monuments or sit and contemplate life. It's truly a place of peace and reflection. Afterwards, he took me to one of my all-time favorite places, Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken for an amazing lunch! Links: <a href="https://gusfriedchicken.com/sandy-springs-georgia-location">https://gusfriedchicken.com/sandy-springs-georgia-location</a>/
Andersonville National Historic Site and Prisoner of War Museum - Andersonville, Georgia
We stopped by the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia during a recent road trip and had to stop by this moving, emotional, and historical location. The National Prisoner of War Museum is part of this site as well as the Andersonville Prison which was used during the Civil War and had the largest number of deaths during the war in one location. Providence Spring which is world famous for it's strong religious beliefs is here as well. Come along with us to learn some history.
These four historical churches are among the oldest churches in Los Angeles. Visit this Easter
Los Angeles boasts many beautiful religious landmarks, including over 100-year-old churches, cathedrals, and missions. A visit to these gorgeous architectural gems during Easter adds to the experience, whether you are religious or not.
Boeing 707, the first successful commercial passenger jetliner
After the use of the 400, 500, and 600 series of Boeing arrows and other products, Boeing has decided that the 700 series will be the first in a new generation of American passenger jets, 707.
The San Diego Presidio, a National Historic Landmark
When the United States took control of Santiago in 1846, neither the army nor Castillo de Guijarros had any military advantage, and it was left open to new military installations elsewhere in the city.
You Would Not Believe Who We Found in New Mexico
Did you know that Smokey Bear was a real bear? You can find Smokey Bear on a road trip to New Mexico. If you find yourself traveling from Roswell, New Mexico to the other side of the Capitan Forest in New Mexico. You must stop and see Smokey Bear's. His was recused from a forest fire in the Capitan Mountains and has a heartwarming story. It is well worth a stop if you are traveling to White Sands National Park, Lincoln, Roswell, Arizona, Texas, Ruidoso, or nearby. The Smokey Bear Gravesite is also just two hours from Carlsbad Caverns. And, one hour from White Sands National Parks. Remember "Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires."
Mammoth Cave National Park- The longest known cave in the world
This week, Mammoth Cave National Park announced that the Cave Research Foundation had secured another eight miles, making the project at least 420 miles long. The world's most famous cave system is the limestone labyrinth, which has been tested for more than 400 miles, and Mammoth has an average capacity of about 400 miles [600 km]. The longest cave in the world, according to the Caves Research Foundation. The park in southern Kentucky announced on its Facebook page that eight miles of passage had been added to the cave system, bringing the total number of mapped sites to 420 miles. Kentucky Lonely National Park is a natural resource and wildlife park inhabited by researchers from the Caving Research Foundation.
Come See the Old World Charm of Santa Fe, New Mexico
Colorado Martini takes many road trips to Santa Fe, New Mexico. A place very close to our hearts. Come along with us on one of our many road trips, as we take you on a stroll through the iconic Santa Fe Plaza area of Downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. We will show you our favorite restaurants where you can get famous New Mexico style food; plaza street vendors, historical churches, and The Plaza itself. The video is a combination of road trips during the winter and summer months in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Riding the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Winter
Come on a winter historical train ride with us in Durango, Colorado. The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has got to be the most spectacular train ride in the country. We traveled to Durango, Colorado to explore this historic train so we could explore the cars, see the amazing views, and stopped to play in the snow and have a picnic lunch. Come along on for a ride aboard the Polar Express.
Rock Art at the Moab, Utah Golf Course
If you have plans to visit Arches National Park. Then you are going to Moad, Utah. Moab, Utah is an amazing place of red rock structures, the Colorado River, Arches National Park, backroad trails and so much more. But did you know it is also the home of some of the best petroglyphs in the USA? Also called rock art. In several videos we show you how to drive up to these rock art panels from the convenience of your car. With minimal hiking. So come along with us as we show you the rock art panels next to the city's golf course.
Hidden History of Yellowstone National Park - Mattie Culver Buried Alone
Yellowstone National Park has Geysers, hiking, bison, elk, wolves, and the pioneer woman Mattie Culver who is buried in a lone grave in the wilderness. In Yellowstone National Park’s Nez Perce Picnic Area on Fountain Flat Drive near Fountain Paint Pots and Lower Geyser Basin, you can find the lone grave of the pioneer woman Mattie Culver. We visited Mattie on our last visit to Yellowstone. And we are going to take you there and tell you her story. And how she ended up in this beautiful picnic area. Recommended book: Mattie: A Woman's Journey West by Nan Weber: <a href="https://amzn.to/2KumnMw">https://amzn.to/2KumnMw</a> As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Many products used to produce or featured in our videos.
Is There A Man Buried On the Moon?
There is actually a man buried on the moon. And this famous scientist's grave has been on the moon for decades. Come along with us as we show you this unique final resting place on the moon. And tell his story of how he ended up on the lunar surface.