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At the beginning of the summer, my friends and I took an amazing trip to Big Bend National Park. It was a short visit, but definitely one I’ll never forget. I knew pretty quickly that celebrating the natural beauty of my home-state had to be the direction I took with this map!
“Alligator Alley” (Formally known as Interstate 75) is a controversial road built in 1968 connecting the east and west coasts of Florida. The controversy originates from the fact that it cuts directly through the Everglades. While there are some bridges and tunnels to help wildlife pass through the road safely, I-75 attracts the local alligator population to the traffic with its warm pavement and convenient placement.
My family and I have been visiting Wolf Rock and Chimney rock for years - even before I could make the hike myself! (That's me in the backpack)
If anyone is in the northwestern Maryland are, they should check out the mountain park. It's free and the hike loop is a great time!
This is my assignment as part of the Illustrated Maps class at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Follow our class blog here at: