Thursday, October 18, 2012


One of the things I really enjoy about racing is that I end up in a lot of places I wouldn't otherwise choose to travel to on vacation (Trinidad, Augusta, etc.) Although races are not always located in what might be considered a top tourist destination, I enjoy viewing how different parts of the country live - the scenery, weather, etc.

I liken it to running at night and passing a house where you can see a family inside gathered around a dinner table - a small snapshot into what is going on somewhere else. (And no - we aren't talking peeping Tom or stalking here...)

I have never been to Waterville, Maine, but I loved this illustration - it was created for the Everywhere project, a collaborative design project that pays tribute to the classic folk song “I’ve Been Everywhere” by Adrian Walsh.