This is one I did when I was 12. For some reason it never got shown on the internet so here it is now. I forget where this was. I do know that it was somewhere next to a gas station when we were traveling in our motorhome.
We were on a trip to Carson City to go pick up a Landcruiser for my dad's business. On the way back we stopped to have a bite to eat but didn't think anything of it. All that was there was a sign and a strip of concrete. To our surprise, we had stumbled on the oldest concrete road in California. Obviously they had changed it out so the only part left was this landmark, but non the less it was the oldest concrete road. It was actually very interesting. Towards the middle there were chunks of the road that had been broken off so we picked a few up to bring home. For such an inconspicuous place, it was actually very, very cool.
Shortly after our trip through New York we decided to go back to Uncle Chris's house in New Jersey. The next day we went on a drive to Valley Forge. This place has ALOT of historical significance when it comes to the founding of the United States. We saw George Washington's headquarters, old period artifacts, and little huts equal to what they lived in throughout the winter back then. It was a very fun experience.
This was made with a recent program I downloaded called Sketchbook Express. It's free and is actually very simple and effective. Because I don't own any Wacom products at the moment I used the trackpad on my laptop. For me its more accurate then a mouse but obviously is not like a pen. Trying to use Photoshop with a mouse for me is next to impossible. However, I still have a lot to learn in computer drawings.