It's a bird... it's a plane...It's an Armstead Snow Motor machine attached to a Fordson tractor motor!
If you love rocks, plan to spend the whole day
Of course this supportive town's response was unanimous... "A what?"
How not to use a howitzer!
The word "contraption" comes to mind.
What do you get when you mix a camel, a mule, and some whiskey (medicinal purposes, of course)?
The Giant's Causeway. A geological feature or a decrepit path to Scotland?
"It Happens." We can all relate.
A formerly drab utility box is now a perfectly designed bit of subliminal inspiration. Perfect for Montana, in any case.
A cell phone tower shaped like a tree
The Leaning Tower ... of Niles, Illinois ...
All roads lead to Archie McPhee’s world-famous Rubber Chicken Museum.
A porcine and pisces section of Freak Alley, in Boise.
You can't see me. I'm just another brick.
Čumil is on the very edge of the street, and as you can see, there's no curb!
This harbor has a small Coast Guard Station, known to locals as the "Hole in the Wall Gang."
This hidden gem is found very near a fire hydrant, in Berczy Park, Toronto, CA
They are compelled to stop and scrutinize each of the eight puzzling panels, only then being released to continue their journey.
You may be surprised to find out that the jackalope is part of a wildlife subgroup called "fearsome critters."
You can visit this cabin because ol' Sanford Cady built it to last.
Big stairs, big rooms, big space ... except for this one little place.
How the U.S. Army and the British Royal Navy came oh-so-close to bullets flying because of a pig and a few potatoes ...
You can see that again! And again! And again gin gin!
The perfect machine to delicately pluck and carry fresh tea leaves!
Come close, take a look, and gain inspiration from the strength to slowly and patiently split the rock.
Why is there a washerwoman on a sign for a restaurant?
The only place to get Elsie's famous burger and fries ...
You will have achieved a milestone if you learn how people would have used the milestone.
A nice view of the Missouri River, flowing through a section that is only slightly downhill on the Nebraska / South Dakota border.
The Freemont Troll, grasping a life-sized beetle.
Shedding light on the Pike Street Hillclimb.
According to legend and Nehemias Tjernagel, it was during the 'stilts' craze of (about) 1870 that ....
The grave of Whoopee John Wilfahrt, Polka King.
A little public art in Copenhagen, which kids are welcome to clamber upon.
The Roe River, 201 feet in length
Location: The Hundertwasser House is in Vienna, Austria, at the intersection of man and nature.
A somewhat humorous statue can lead to surprising and impressive discoveries.
Giant Westport Plank Chairs
A geological marvel that must be believed to be seen ...
An interesting slice of contemporary and edgy art
Even water occasionally has to turn over a new leaf
This is what happens when you mix lava, ocean, and time.
A little something to test the obsessive compulsive Mr. Monk.
Location: This Weekly Gem is located at the intersection of Goodturn Drive and Hwy 14, in Cody, WY (see the Clue Me! Map ). Nomenclature experts will tell you that the words "buffalo" and...
This section of the Beaverhead River has the most 'animal' rock formations of any place on earth. The designation is unofficial, but we stand by it until proven otherwise.
What did the mayo inside the refrigerator say? "Close the door, I'm dressing!"