Monthly Archives: March 2012

Kotzebue, AK

Out near the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in western Alaska lies the village of Kotzebue.  With a population slightly over 3,200 people and a total area of fewer than twenty nine square miles, Kotzebue lies a chilly thirty three … Continue reading

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Pompano Beach, FL

Today’s track takes us to the beautiful tropical climes of southern Florida: Pompano Park at Pompano Beach.  Home to a standardbred harness racing track, all the racing that is done at Pompano Park is at a specific gait (trot or … Continue reading

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Ushuaia, Argentina

Today brings us another extreme: the southernmost track in the world. A thorough perusal of the larger settlements in Antarctica has lead me to the conclusion that there are no tracks on the entire continent, though I would be happy … Continue reading

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Honningsvåg and Gratishaugen, Norway

My friends, today I have some amazing news: I have found what is possibly the world’s northernmost track.  For this amazing discovery, we travel to Honningsvåg, Norway, population 2,375, located at 70°58′N 25°58′E.  Now, it is totally possible that this is … Continue reading

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Baghdad, Iraq

Guys, I tried really hard to find a track in or near Najaf, Iraq, just so I could post pictures of Wadi-us-Salaam, which is arguably the largest cemetery in the world.  Unfortunately, it appears that Iraqis would rather play soccer … Continue reading

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