Tunnels and covered bridges and overpasses are everywhere, in the city and the country. They can be the classic Vermont covered bridge, a tunnel through the mountains in Colorado, or the Golden Gate Bridge—the choice is yours.
Boats need to lie flat in the water. There is nothing more awkward than a boat that won't stay in the water where it belongs. Try drawing a box in space for the boat and then put the boat in the box. You may want to refer back to Chapter 13, "This Is a Review-There Will Be a Test," where we discussed drawing a box around a more difficult object to help you draw it.
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