We asked our July winners, LeAnn D. and her mom, to let us know how it went and send us some pictures. This is what they said:
Are you happy with your choice of the Mural Arts Trolley Tour? If not, what do you wish you'd chosen instead?
LeAnn: Yes, very happy.
What was the coolest thing you saw?
LeAnn: The pride the neighbors had in the murals. One man wanted to tell us all about the history of the mural and his involvement in organizing its creation when we got out for a quick stop.
Mom: The friendly people waving to us as we went past in the trolley.
What would you warn our readers to watch out for if they take a Mural Arts tour themselves?
LeAnn: Pros - the trolley was air conditioned and you covered more ground/saw more murals by driving. Con - you see most of the murals from the street and couldn't get as up-close as you would have on one of their walking tours.
Mom: Either go on a cool day or make sure you have access to AC!
Anything else you want to add?
Mom: Some of the streets were very narrow, but our trolley driver was excellent at maneuvering them.
That's it for July. Make sure you get your entry in for the Proximity Neglect Project™ and you could be our next winner!
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