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Arlington Garden is a hidden gem in the heart of Pasadena. It's a climate appropriate mediterranean garden full of local plants and wildlife. If you get the chance to visit grab an orange from their citrus grove and enjoy the scenery.
Map of places that I have visited or lived and the awesome chocolate, candy and brownies that I would recommend. My all time favorite will always be Lore's Chocolate in Philadelphia. They are family owned and make their own candy. I always buy my Easter candy there and the peanut butter eggs are to die for. However, those Fat Witch brownies are amazing, too!
This map is a combination of mixed media and collage.
Enjoy and Happy Valentine's Day!
A map of another of my favourite motorcycle routes, through the rural Ottawa Valley. I’m freezing here in winter & dreaming of hot summer days, and we are blessed to have some fine craft breweries that feature fine food, and a couple of great music venues to finish up the day! Not to worry, just a taste of the brew, never ride or drive under the influence, but it feels great to sit on a patio and sip a cold beverage! after riding on the roads beside the rivers, smelling that fresh air, and taking in the scenery! and then, taking in some live music at one of the local venues! This map combines all the things I LOVE about Summer...can’t wait for its’ return! This is my first digital map, done using procreate!
This is a line drawing of Wrightwood, California, a mountain resort town located just above Los Angeles in the San Gabriel Mountains. I created this map using a combination of my hand-drawn art, Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop. Wrightwood is a wonderful day trip for any visitor to California. In the winter, you can ski at Mountain High. In the summer, you can go zip lining at Pacific Crest Ziplines or hike the Pacific Crest Trail. There are many mom-and-pop restaurants to choose from, ranging from the elegant steak house, Blue Ridge Inn, to more casual fare like burgers at The Yodeler, pizza at Mile High Pizza, or tacos and tequila at Mexico Lindo. The Evergreen Cafe is known for its homestyle breakfasts. Village Grind is known for its wine bar and live music, or you can sit out on the patio and enjoy craft beers at the Wrightwood Brewery.
This map was inspired not only by the movie, but I had stumbled on information that Susan's house was not a fictional place, but a real house here on Long Island. My husband and I took a ride and there it was, the only difference was there was an addition upstairs. I didn't put the addition in my sketch. I actually forgot it because it is in the middle of the roof, so my drawing of the house is mix of 1946 and 2017. It was awesome, all of those years seeing that scene in the movie and when we drove down the street, it was like going back in time. I couldn't nail down the Walkers apartment nor the Brooks Retirement home, so those are guesses on the map based on location information gleaned from watching the movie several times. Those are the two locations marked as "fictional."
Season's Greetings and Happy New Year!
A map that shows the route of the Canalway Bicycle Trail across New York State. The map also features a number of fun things to do and see along the trail.
Weehawken, NJ is a small town on the western shore of the Hudson River. Perched at the top of a cliff, it boasts a magnificent view of Manhattan, and is known for being the site of the famous duel between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton. Its historic water tower, inspired by the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, glows red and can be seen from New York City. Among its many grand Victorian homes, Weehawken's public library stands out for its beautiful restoration. People enjoy the waterfront for dining, recreation and relaxation. Weehawken also happens to be the place I call home.
"The New-England Boy's Song about Thanksgiving Day" was written by Lydia Maria Child in 1844 for a collection called "Flowers for Children, Volume 2." We know this poem by the popular name "Over the River and through the Woods." Music was written to go along with the poem and it is a common holiday song heard during Thanksgiving and the holiday season. The words were changed to say that the children were going to Grandmother's house when in fact it is Grandfather's house in the poem. Either way, it is a warm way to welcome the holiday season.