“As I went walking that ribbon of highway I saw above me that endless skyway And saw below me that golden valley This land was made for you and me” — Woody Guthrie

“As I went walking that ribbon of highway
I saw above me that endless skyway
And saw below me that golden valley
This land was made for you and me” — Woody Guthrie

 “Louis and Clark” Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Michigan.

“Louis and Clark” Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Michigan.

 Grand Tetons, Wyoming.

Grand Tetons, Wyoming.

 Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone.

Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone.

 Badlands, South Dakota.

Badlands, South Dakota.

 Old Faithful, Yellowstone.

Old Faithful, Yellowstone.

 Goldenrod and open prairie, South Dakota.

Goldenrod and open prairie, South Dakota.

 Native American prayer flags in the breeze at Little Big Horn National Battlefield.

Native American prayer flags in the breeze at Little Big Horn National Battlefield.

 Little Big Horn National Battlefield, Montana. The site where General George Armstrong Custer and his 76th Cavalry were decimated by Arapaho and Cheyenne warriors.

Little Big Horn National Battlefield, Montana. The site where General George Armstrong Custer and his 76th Cavalry were decimated by Arapaho and Cheyenne warriors.

 The mass grave on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Wounded Knee, South Dakota. In 1890, hundreds of unarmed Lakota men, women and children were massacred by the U.S. Army there and buried in a shallow mass grave. The soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor for their actions.

The mass grave on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Wounded Knee, South Dakota. In 1890, hundreds of unarmed Lakota men, women and children were massacred by the U.S. Army there and buried in a shallow mass grave. The soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor for their actions.

 St. Louis, Missouri. The “Gateway to the West.”

St. Louis, Missouri. The “Gateway to the West.”

 Canfield Drive, Ferguson Missouri, where Michael Brown was shot to death.

Canfield Drive, Ferguson Missouri, where Michael Brown was shot to death.

 The site where Tupac was killed. Las Vegas, Nevada.

The site where Tupac was killed. Las Vegas, Nevada.

 Grocery store in Springdale, Utah

Grocery store in Springdale, Utah

 Venetian Casino, Las Vegas.

Venetian Casino, Las Vegas.

 Yellowstone National Park.

Yellowstone National Park.

 Badlands, South Dakota.

Badlands, South Dakota.

 Wall, South Dakota.

Wall, South Dakota.

 Traffic fatality markers dot the roadsides all across South Dakota. A cluster of markers represents multiple fatalities in one incident.

Traffic fatality markers dot the roadsides all across South Dakota. A cluster of markers represents multiple fatalities in one incident.

 St. Louis, Missouri.

St. Louis, Missouri.

 Mount Rushmore vanished by fog.

Mount Rushmore vanished by fog.

 The Young Street bridge in Aberdeen Washington, where Kurt Cobain used to hide and sleep and write music as a teenager. 

The Young Street bridge in Aberdeen Washington, where Kurt Cobain used to hide and sleep and write music as a teenager. 

 St. Louis, Missouri.

St. Louis, Missouri.

 Keystone, South Dakota. Home to Mount Rushmore.

Keystone, South Dakota. Home to Mount Rushmore.

 Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.

Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.

 HBCU tour group at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Washington, D.C.

HBCU tour group at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Washington, D.C.

 The National Mall, Washington, D.C.

The National Mall, Washington, D.C.

 Shanksville, Pa. On the way to the Flight 93 Memorial.

Shanksville, Pa. On the way to the Flight 93 Memorial.

 Annapolis, Maryland.

Annapolis, Maryland.

 Nags Head, North Carolina.

Nags Head, North Carolina.

 Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ferry, New York City.

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ferry, New York City.

 Did you get the photo? Brooklyn Bridge.

Did you get the photo? Brooklyn Bridge.

 Liberty.

Liberty.

 “As I went walking that ribbon of highway I saw above me that endless skyway And saw below me that golden valley This land was made for you and me” — Woody Guthrie
 “Louis and Clark” Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Michigan.
 Grand Tetons, Wyoming.
 Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone.
 Badlands, South Dakota.
 Old Faithful, Yellowstone.
 Goldenrod and open prairie, South Dakota.
 Native American prayer flags in the breeze at Little Big Horn National Battlefield.
 Little Big Horn National Battlefield, Montana. The site where General George Armstrong Custer and his 76th Cavalry were decimated by Arapaho and Cheyenne warriors.
 The mass grave on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Wounded Knee, South Dakota. In 1890, hundreds of unarmed Lakota men, women and children were massacred by the U.S. Army there and buried in a shallow mass grave. The soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor for their actions.
 St. Louis, Missouri. The “Gateway to the West.”
 Canfield Drive, Ferguson Missouri, where Michael Brown was shot to death.
 The site where Tupac was killed. Las Vegas, Nevada.
 Grocery store in Springdale, Utah
 Venetian Casino, Las Vegas.
 Yellowstone National Park.
 Badlands, South Dakota.
 Wall, South Dakota.
 Traffic fatality markers dot the roadsides all across South Dakota. A cluster of markers represents multiple fatalities in one incident.
 St. Louis, Missouri.
 Mount Rushmore vanished by fog.
 The Young Street bridge in Aberdeen Washington, where Kurt Cobain used to hide and sleep and write music as a teenager. 
 St. Louis, Missouri.
 Keystone, South Dakota. Home to Mount Rushmore.
 Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.
 HBCU tour group at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Washington, D.C.
 The National Mall, Washington, D.C.
 Shanksville, Pa. On the way to the Flight 93 Memorial.
 Annapolis, Maryland.
 Nags Head, North Carolina.
 Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ferry, New York City.
 Did you get the photo? Brooklyn Bridge.
 Liberty.

“As I went walking that ribbon of highway
I saw above me that endless skyway
And saw below me that golden valley
This land was made for you and me” — Woody Guthrie

“Louis and Clark” Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Michigan.

Grand Tetons, Wyoming.

Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone.

Badlands, South Dakota.

Old Faithful, Yellowstone.

Goldenrod and open prairie, South Dakota.

Native American prayer flags in the breeze at Little Big Horn National Battlefield.

Little Big Horn National Battlefield, Montana. The site where General George Armstrong Custer and his 76th Cavalry were decimated by Arapaho and Cheyenne warriors.

The mass grave on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Wounded Knee, South Dakota. In 1890, hundreds of unarmed Lakota men, women and children were massacred by the U.S. Army there and buried in a shallow mass grave. The soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor for their actions.

St. Louis, Missouri. The “Gateway to the West.”

Canfield Drive, Ferguson Missouri, where Michael Brown was shot to death.

The site where Tupac was killed. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Grocery store in Springdale, Utah

Venetian Casino, Las Vegas.

Yellowstone National Park.

Badlands, South Dakota.

Wall, South Dakota.

Traffic fatality markers dot the roadsides all across South Dakota. A cluster of markers represents multiple fatalities in one incident.

St. Louis, Missouri.

Mount Rushmore vanished by fog.

The Young Street bridge in Aberdeen Washington, where Kurt Cobain used to hide and sleep and write music as a teenager. 

St. Louis, Missouri.

Keystone, South Dakota. Home to Mount Rushmore.

Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.

HBCU tour group at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Washington, D.C.

The National Mall, Washington, D.C.

Shanksville, Pa. On the way to the Flight 93 Memorial.

Annapolis, Maryland.

Nags Head, North Carolina.

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ferry, New York City.

Did you get the photo? Brooklyn Bridge.

Liberty.

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