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Neighborhood Mapping/Walking
After reading, The Chase and watching the clip of “Examined Life,” please do the following…
First: Take a walk
Materials needed:
– Weather appropriate clothes and shoes/boots
– A mask
– Your Commonplace Book and something to write with
Go for a walk in a place that is either completely familiar or completely brand-new. Dress warmly, wear a mask, and bring your commonplace book and something to write with. Spent time walking in this place, really being present, listening to and looking at only the sights and sounds around you. What does it feel like to walk here? What do you notice about your body in this space? What does it look like/sound like in this place? Pay attention. Soak it up. Write things down.
Second: Make a map
Materials needed:
– Something large to draw on. (A piece of poster board, the back of a large piece of wrapping paper, an opened and flattened cardboard box, several sheets of printer paper taped together, etc.)
– Your Sharpie marker
– Your pack of something in multiple colors (crayons, colored pencils, markers, pens, etc.)
Option A: Draw a map of the place you just were, adding as many details as you can remember. Follow your instincts and let the pens/markers do the thinking. After drawing, write. What stories exist here? What memories does this place hold?
Option B: Draw a map of an imagined world/neighborhood/kingdom. Follow your instincts and let the pens/markers do the thinking. After drawing, write. What stories exist here? What memories does this place hold?
Option C: Draw a map of your childhood neighborhood or other place of deep significance to you. Follow your instincts and let the pens/markers do the thinking. After drawing, write. What stories exist here? What memories does this place hold?
Third: Write
Please submit a piece of writing that arose from your experiences of walking and map-making today. This can be a reflection, a story, a poem, an essay or something in-between. Feel free to also share pages from your Commonplace Book and photos of your maps, if you’d like. I’m looking forward to hearing about your adventures, real and imagined!

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