East Lansing, Michigan, US
This place is special to me because when my best friend and I were both 23, we took the roadtrip of a lifetime! We started in Michigan, spent a week driving out west, a week down the coast, and a week driving back. It was unforgettable and introduced me to some of my now favorite places, like western Montana and San Francisco!
Sebastopol , California , US
This place is special to me because I grew up driving to these places on the weekend. Each places has memories of delicious food like fresh baked bread, oysters and crab. There are beautiful natural landscapes of redwood forests, rolling golden hills, and views of the sea. These places on this map are the places I take people who visit and are the places I love to show off.
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RECENTLY ADDED TRAVEL ILLUSTRATIONS
It's March 2020 and we're all on similar islands. I've personally been hanging out on Snack Mountain, but I'm trying to visit Positivity Point as often as possible. My husband takes the raft to Grocery Isle once per week and so far, no sightings of the Corona Monster.
One of the creepiest and also the most interesting bits of human history is the abandonment of man made objects and places when nature takes over. This map illustrates 4 of my favorite abandoned theme parks in 4 different European countries.
Peachtree City was planned to be a community where golf carts would be a norm for transportation, from grocery shopping, to going to school, grabbing a bite to eat, and now driving to your local brewery. It is a unique community, usually referred to as "The Bubble" because it is just that - a unique bubble of a town. Illustrated spots include The Fred Amphitheater, Line Creek Brewing Co., Mule Rock, a sculpture at Line Creek Nature Trail, the many golf courses of PTC, a golf cart bridge, The Avenue shopping center, and Starr's Mill.