Herding cats

John Pertalion, of Boone, N.C., pilots Herding Cats, created by his daughter Hannah, into the water at Canton Waterfront Park during the 2012 Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCUL000035" title="American Visionary Art Museum" href="/topic/arts-culture/american-visionary-art-museum-ORCUL000035.topic">American Visionary Art Museum</a> hosted the race in which amphibious, human powered vehicles race through Federal Hill, Caton and Patterson Park in a 15-mile road, water, mud and sand race course.

( Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun / May 5, 2012 )

John Pertalion, of Boone, N.C., pilots Herding Cats, created by his daughter Hannah, into the water at Canton Waterfront Park during the 2012 Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. The American Visionary Art Museum hosted the race in which amphibious, human powered vehicles race through Federal Hill, Caton and Patterson Park in a 15-mile road, water, mud and sand race course.

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