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Mark Bailen
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I have an awful doodling habit. And now I'm imposing it on my son. Sorry, kid.
I have an awful doodling habit. And now I'm imposing it on my son. Sorry, kid.

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The Cab Driver


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Byron


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Otto Van Small


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The Shiners
Quick poster I did for Luke and his band, The Shiners. Nice to get a random doodle in. . .

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The Year of Lost Doodles
Sorry for the sabbatical.  Here is a quick summary of what happened: Leaf got busy with lots of activities, homework, sports, etc. and can't find as much time to doodle. I also took a break from doodling and tried to write some scifi stories. My laptop and ...

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Naples Take Two
Wow, were we happy to be back in Naples. What a great city. We hopped off the train, jumped on our bikes, and headed straight into the zany traffic. . .  no hesitation, no GPS, no need to stop at a bike shop. . . and the cars seemed to magically move out of...

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Bari, Taranto, Return to Naples
Back to the train station. . . "Come on you guys! Let's go!" Once again we screwed up with our trains.  The guy at the little train station in Alberobello sold us tickets to Bari to catch the next bike-friendly train to Naples, but when we got to Bari, the ...

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Alberobello
Getting to Alberobello was a major goal for us. While reading about places to visit in southern Italy, we became obsessed with staying inside a trullo (a little white-washed stone house with a stone conical roof). We had started calling them Hobbit houses,...

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Matera
Our plan now (it kept changing) was to bike the 11 miles to Matera and stay for a night, then make a long trek (40 miles!) to Alberobello the next day. We had already decided to skip the coast (Monopoli).  Still, if we didn't include a long trek (long for u...

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Across the Boot: Grassano to Tempo Bianca
Still unsure how we would get back to Naples in 5-6 days, we hopped onto the bike-friendly train and headed east to the other side of the boot, in the direction of Bari.  After much discussion with a college student on the train, we ended up switching to a ...
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