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As you drive down Highway 64 near Bloomfield, New Mexico and approach the Salmon Ruins you can hear an very old loop tape on your AM radio of Ricardo Montalbán explaining the mysterious history of the Ancestral Pueblo peoples (Anasází) of the Southwest.
Although I have been blessed with the opportunity and excitement of traveling overseas to Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, I decided to dedicate this challenge to someplace very close to home. A place where I have spent a good deal of time (and miles) around: Northway Park in Orange, Texas. About 20 miles away from my parents’ house is a little dirt trail, 1 mile in distance, which I would (and still do) drive to for a good long run. I can’t even recall the number of miles I have run around this little park, but I have grown quite attached to it. For the landmarks I pin-pointed the 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 mile markers (as it is at Northway) but I also had a bit of fun illustrating the things that make this running trail so unique, fun, and sentimental.
I studied at the Savannah College of Art and Design and fell in love with Savannah. Exploring the city by foot became a favourite pastime after living my entire life in a place where you can barely go anywhere without a car. Savannah is the perfect place for such a pastime, what with its historic architecture, and its Southern charm where utter strangers will often exchange greetings. While I have a lot of cherished places there, my absolute favourite route goes through these three squares down in Bull St. You can find out more about this illustration in my blog.
Averaging 300 days of sunshine a year, the Poudre river, dogs, geese, deer, bikes, and of course beer… Fort Collins Colorado is my home town and is the second largest producer of beer in Colorado and the state is ranked first in the country in volume produced by breweries. Hop on your trusty cruiser bike and take the tour.