Every year, StanceWorks hits the open road in search of empty trails and breathtaking scenery. Our travels have taken us through both Utah and Colorado, but after a hiatus in 2020 thanks to the global pandemic, we're back for 2021 with a trip to Idaho. While "Idaho" often conjures thoughts of potatoes and farming, its home to some of the United States' most beautiful and remote landscapes. In Part 1 of our series, we've made it to Jarbidge, Nevada: one of the states most remote towns, nestled in the mountains, and home to the country's very last gold rush and stage coach robbery. Hit the link, and let us know what you think!