[2007-2013] I have designed and produced four site-specific illustrated folded sheet maps. Each map explores a different location and includes photographs, drawings, graphic topography, and a long essay about the history and land uses of the site. They begin with research and reading about a chosen location followed by time spent walking and meditating on site. All of them include some form of site intervention as well. Central to the map-making experience is the difference between the embodied, sensed experience of the place and the stories/ideas we project onto the land. Shown here are the front and back images of Finding Everett Ruess, Davis Gulch, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah, 2013; Grand Canyon Suicide Map/Metta Meditation, Grand Canyon National Park, 2012; Beneath the surface (of language), Silver Island Mountain Byway, Wendover, Utah, USA, 2009; and Searching for Ludwig Wittgenstein, Lake Eidsvatnet, Skjolden, Sogn, Norway, 2007.