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Cape Disappointment, Washington State, USA

This week Pegman takes us to the Pacific Northwest, in Washington State, US. Though this particular location is called Waikiki Beach, it’s located within Washington’s Cape Disappointment State Park. Which–if you were expecting Waikiki Beach (a la Hawaii)– you would … Continue reading

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London, England

How is it that Pegman has never been to London, a place that tops my bucket list of sights to see? This week Pegman takes us to the capital of England, a modern city with a history going back to … Continue reading

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Raja Ampat Regency, Indonesia

I hope you brought your dive gear because this week Pegman takes us to the Raja Ampat Regency of Indonesia. Your mission is to write up to 150 words inspired by the location. I’m not sure if you can find … Continue reading

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Varanasi, India

This week Pegman takes us the city of Varanasi in Northern India. It might be early for a midsummer night’s dream, but this lovely city sure seems like a dream in every view I checked out. Each location was more … Continue reading

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Selma, Alabama

This week Pegman is in Selma, Alabama in the US. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to write up to 150 words inspired by the location. You’re free to use the photo supplied with the prompt, or … Continue reading

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What Pegman Saw: Madagascar

This week Pegman takes us to Madagascar., an island country in the Indian Ocean known for harboring cartoon zoo animals. Okay, just kidding. I’ll leave it to you to find the story in Madagascar. You’ve got up to 150 words, … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Today Pegman travels to the City of Bridges. A site of great historical importance in the French and Indian War of the 1750s, Fort Duquesne was built by the French at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers. The British … Continue reading

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