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Schlepp travels: Episode 4

1 Comment 29 August 2010

Schlepp travels: Episode 4

In this installment of the Schlepps’ travels, members of the clan of traveling bears visit Bulgaria, Ireland, Spain, and the United States. The images date from 2002-2003.


Strelka by the Chicago River, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Little Strelka made her way to Chicago, Illinois in July 2003. Here she examines the high-rises of Chicago’s riverfront.

Schleppie on Montserrat, Catalunya, Spain
Schleppie hides in a small niche on the back of a brick chapel atop the monasterial mountain of Montserrat during his visit to Spain in January 2002.

Schlepp at Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland
Schlepp wraps up in a scarf to keep the chill in check during his trip to Ireland in November 2002. The building behind him is Dublin’s Christchurch Cathedral.

Schlepp and Monkey navigate Bulgaria's roads
Schlepp and the Monkey keep their map at the ready while heading cross-country in Bulgaria, September 2002. The Monkey is an excellent navigator.



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  1. Geoff says:

    I see the Chicago Sun Times building behind Strelka.  Next time she goes back to Chicago she should shoot another photo at this site with the new Trump building as the background.


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