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Many years spent back and forth home, things have been moved around in the town I grew up in. People come and go and new things replace the old, but there are a few things that stay the same; the cold, cold weather us people of Lake Placid know too well and all the things one can do in a winter like that; the time when the snow starts to fade away and the sweet smell of maple syrup starts dancing around many parts of the atmosphere; then the warmth of the sunny summer days and its cozy nights; then the leaves start to grow into colors of passion and the lakes are so placid that they mirror everything that stares into them; the neighborhoods and its people; that is what I’d call ‘home’.
I drew this map mostly from memory, starting with where the Ski-jumps are, then revisiting the home I grew up in (still my home to this day), and ending with the Lake Placid Center for the Arts (being an artist, that center means a lot to me).
Though Lake Placid is often remembered for its winters, I carry warm feelings of it. And so this is a summer map - to share with you that warmth I feel when I think of this snowy place – marking some of the many things to look forward to every summer.
The days I spent on Göteborg were absolutely amazing. I discovered a city where you can lose yourself without any problem, where you can do a wide range of funny and interesting things, where everything is in its right place, full of design, beauty and order. Göteborg is a city opened to everyone, where you can find what you are looking for: shopping, art, relax, nature, food, decoration, music... Walk around it and give yourself the opportunity to discover this beatiful city that surprises every step you Gö.
This map is dedicated to Tanja and Marina, my swedish friends that welcomed me as best as possible and were my guides over the West Coast of Sweden. Thank you for your time and your kindness.
Small baroque city with a rich cultural and artistic heritage.
Did you know that this is a city where angels sleep?
That it is a city of bicycles?
In the city there is the old town, a lot of beautiful palaces, churches, floral installations on every corner.
Every year there is the famous "Špancir Fest", Varazdin Baroque Evenings and many other events.
Varazdin is also a center of gastronomy, so be sure that when you come into town, with original dishes from the offer to try the famous "Varazdin bread klipić".
So, come, to see live in its beauty.
This is a map of Iowa Highway 52, where during the late 19th century and early to mid 20th century, my father's ancestors all had homesteads or farms. After my dad would spend every road trip pointing out each location and telling stories about all the people who once lived there, I decided to write everything down and record the history with a map. The church pictured at right is St. John's Lutheran Church, where my great grandfather was a founding member and where most of these people are buried.
The cute cultural area of small college town, Carrollton, GA. I pretty much grew up here, and Horton's was my father's favorite bookstore. I visited most of the shops on the Square before I moved, and since my parents still live near by, I still have a chance to visit the rest.