We consider a family of smooth maps on an infinite cylinder which have invariant curves that are nowhere smooth. Most points on such a curve are buried deep within its spiked structure, and the outermost exposed points of the curve constitute an invariant subset which we call the ``facade'' of the curve. We find that for surprisingly many of the maps in the family, all points in the facades of their invariant curves are eventually periodic.
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