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Today’s route — 11.5 miles

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A watery memorial

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Releasing the dove

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Irrigating the crops

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Fresh from the hair salon

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Portal of the day

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Spring Creek Park

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Part of a patchwork of more than 10,000 acres of parkland ringing Jamaica Bay

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Wildlife tracks

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Jamaica Bay in January

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You can see some apartment towers rising in the Rockaways off in the distance.

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Assembled from beach debris

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I used to wonder why I would often find coconuts lying in the sand on out-of-the-way beaches in NYC. Now I know!

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Washed in by Sandy

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World Runs On Junkin

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I love the juxtaposition of the alluring, money-laden model and the car being torn to pieces by a giant metal claw. Here's a closer look.

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Spring Creek

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I'm standing in Queens, but that's Brooklyn on the other side. The border between the two boroughs is quite convoluted.

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What a catasstrophe!

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Awesome mailbox #69

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New York City!

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This reminds me

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of that fungus that grows on trees. You know the one.

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MR 2NITE

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Plus two more hanging from the rear view. Now let's walk around back and see what his real license plate is.

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Another 9/11 memorial hydrant

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I'm going to count all of these collectively as one memorial, so just consider this an extension of #94.

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The Old South in New York

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This street is a remnant of a once-major route that ran across southern Queens.

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Gotta park it somewhere

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Winding their way up the hill

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These stairs ascend to Oak Ridge, constructed in 1905 as the clubhouse for Forest Park's golf course. The building currently houses the park's administration headquarters, the Queens Council for the Arts, and a community center. Here's a look at the building up close.

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Peering in

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at Cypress Hills Cemetery

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The best of both worlds

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This installation fuses the classic style of a backboarded milk crate with the elegant not-running-into-the-wall-ness of a pole-mounted hoop.

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You’re welcome

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The former Trump Market

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An early supermarket built during the Depression by Fred Christ Trump

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Trained pet deposits

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A Jamaica-bound J train

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on the Jamaica Line over Jamaica Avenue