After tiptoeing through the tulips in the Netherlands, Explorer Duck heads back across the pond to the US. This time she lands in Newark, Ohio. If you aren’t aware of Explorer Duck by now, search it out on Duckshow. She is being hosted by duck collectors in many great cities all over the globe and Duckshow is documenting her travels. Let’s check out some of the highlights of her Newark trip:
Explorer duck stands in front of a Newark landmark. This 7-story “basket” is the headquarters of the Longaberger Basket Company.
Next stop (just outside the city of Newark) is Zanesville. Explorer Duck overlooks the Zanesville Y-Bridge. It is the only bridge in the US that one can cross and stay on the same side of the river. Visitors are often surprised when they receive directions including the statement, “Drive to the middle of the bridge and turn right.”
Explorer Duck: “That’s zany!”
At the end of the Zanesville Y-Bridge is a display of HUGE (larger than the average human) vases. This landmark celebrates Zanesville as the pottery capital of the world.
Explorer Duck: “I’m at Vase Henge!”
What would a trip to Newark be without hanging out with some of the locals. The Newark squirrels adore Explorer Duck, as you can clearly see.
Explorer duck also spots some of the local superheroes at the Newark Comic Shop.
Explorer Duck: “I feel safe knowing these guys are keeping the Newark Metropolis free of nefarious fowls!”
Stay tuned for more of Explorer Ducks travels in later posts! Pictures taken by Hazelfortress.