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NEW YORK TRANSIT MUSEUM: BROOKLYN, NY

Housed within a former subway station in downtown Brooklyn, this underground institution guides visitors through the evolution of one of the largest transportation systems in the world.    

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ROGUE PET CEMETERY: EASTERN SIERRA

The hidden pet cemetery near Bishop, CA where highly elevated pets are laid to rest.    

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ABANDONED MOJAVE MILL: A PHOTO ESSAY

Exploring a former hard rock precious metals processing and extraction facility that’s slowly decaying in Mojave National Preserve. ]    

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CACTUS FLATS RD: HIGHWAY 395

Traveling along Cactus Flats Rd off of Highway 395 is like driving through a smaller more isolated version of Joshua Tree National Park.  

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PORT OF TILLAMOOK BAY ABANDONED RAILROAD HIKE: SALMONBERRY RIVER, OREGON

This 10 mile hike along an abandoned railroad travels through numerous tunnels, bridges, and lush riparian forests as it makes its way through the rugged and remote Salmonberry River Canyon in Oregon’s Tillamook State Forest.      

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ROCK CLIMBING SCHOOL: JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

Learning the ropes (again) in one of the most beautiful schoolyards around, Joshua Tree National Park.  

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STREET [sh]ART FALL 2015 – FALL 2016

After documenting over 3,000 LA [sh]Arts since 2012, the hunt continues.

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ENCOUNTERS: U.F.O. EXPERIENCE

Did you know that aliens invaded Anaheim earlier this year? Well they did and Straynger Ranger was there to document it all.    

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OREGON STATE HOSPITAL MUSEUM OF MENTAL HEALTH

Located in the original 1883 Kirkbride Building that once held the Oregon State Insane Asylum, The OSH Museum of Mental Health in Salem, Oregon preserves the artifacts and stories of those who worked and lived there during its 130 years […]

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SUMMER LAKE HOT SPRINGS: OREGON OUTBACK

Located along the edge of an alkali lake in Southeastern Oregon, Summer Lake Hot Springs features geothermal heated cabins, a campground, and natural artesian hot mineral springs on 145 acres in the Oregon Outback.      

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