"People, Places, and Things," my 6th-grade geography textbook, sparked my love of maps and guided me towards a career of spatial thinking.
For the past decade my work has involved mapping information about people, flora, and fauna, as well as the mountains, lakes, and rivers they inhabit.
This blog is my space to share all things geography. Thanks for visiting!
“Although the scenery is so rugged and grand, yet an air of desolation reigns over the whole. Perpetual snow is seen everywhere, and the somber nakedness of the volcanic peaks adds to the gloom, but toward evening the setting sun … Continue reading →