Visiting Beautiful Barre Vermont

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Earlier this summer, we had the opportunity to travel to Vermont for the very first time. One of the days of our trip that stands out in my mind is the day we spent visiting beautiful Barre, Vermont. Pronounced “Barry” by the locals, the town is just large enough to have … Continue reading

Lower East Side Knitted Bicycle

When it comes to public art and bicycles, New York City and small town Missouri seem to have a shared interest. Somewhere on the Lower East Side of Manhattan sits – for lack of a better description – a bicycle in a sweater. I wonder if someone knitted the bike … Continue reading

Cuba, Missouri Murals

I’ve written in the past about Cuba, Missouri, a central Missouri town with a population that just tops 3,000 people. Cuba is home to the World’s Largest Rocking Chair, which I blogged about in the Summer of 2009.  As a fledgling runner and an explorer of all things small town … Continue reading

Ste Genevieve Chocolate Walk Pt. IV: Tour de Missouri Art Bikes

Who would imagine that athletics would inspire art in rural Missouri? But in two separate cases that I’ve witnessed personally, the Tour de Missouri bicycle race did exactly that. I blogged about a street mural that was painted in Farmington, Missouri the evening before the Tour de Missouri Stage 3 … Continue reading

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