Tuesday, March 13, 2012

From Sea to Shining Sea

All of the states shaded are places I've visited. I counted the states that I drove through. I may not have visited the cities in-depth, but I think smelling their cows and seeing the landscapes constitute a good enough visit. I did not include the states that I've only seen their airport. (Though, I think that would have only added two more states: Arizona and Minnesota.) And actually, now that I think about it, I think I have driven through/visited Montana and maybe even South Dakota, but that was before I can remember.

All this shows me is that I have a lot more traveling to do even within the Country's borders.

Hmmmm... where to go next?

4 comments:

  1. I made a goal to visit all 50 states before I turned 30. Yeah, that instead of a new car:-) But I did it and I loved every minute! Anyway - TRAVEL!
    I hit up Louisiana and the other Southern states by visiting a roommate from the area and we drove all around the states for a couple days.
    For the New England states, my mom and I both took a week off work and drove up through Niagra Falls area and all the way over to Maine and stayed with a friend there and then down through Boston, etc.
    If you've got $1,000 to spare, an Alaskan cruise with friends is phenomenal.
    Hawaii is a bit easier of a sell to the friends though - and you can find some great deals if you get 4 people to go!
    I can't wait to hear about your next adventure:-)

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  2. MINNESOTA. And not just the airport, even though the airport is fantastic. The airport only scratches the surface of how fantastic Minnesota is.

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  3. North carolina looks sad and white, and you could stay with Cary and I. Of course hawaii sounds more appealing. And Arizona is really close--you should go to hava supai (prob spelled that wrong) or visit our favoritest Colin Bennett

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