posted by David Cho @ 7/01/2005
You haven't made it east enough....but you have seen much more of the country than I have.Jane
I'm afraid my own is rather pathetic.
I actually keep a list - states and countries. I always forget the states I've only driven through. Then there's the question, what about changing planes, never leaving the airport? That shouldn't really count as a country, should it?
Well, the operative word here is "visit." So you aren't visiting places where you are simply changing planes.I see from the map that the two regions I've never been to (the East Coast and the Deep South), are the ones with more history than the rest of the country (American history, that is). Hmmm, gotta start making some friends in those places.
Too bad we didn't meet sooner. I'm a great NYC tour guide.OK, we don't count changing planes. That's fair. I think we should count driving through states, though. Especially if it's on smaller roads, off the interstate. Aw come on, it makes my map much more impressive!
Oh, I am counting driving through states myself when a buddy of mine and I took a trip to Wisconsin and back some years ago.Kansas looked exactly the same when we entered it, when we drove through it, and when we exited it.What a beautiful state it was. In the rear view mirror, that is.
One of my all time favorite pass times is traveling. I have been to 24 states, 3 areas in Australia and all over Italy (Max, Rome is a must see. Absolutely incredible!). This summer I am heading out to see Jamacia, Grand Cayman and Cozmel. This world is amazing!!
David, guess my first comment was a bit long.*paraphrase*I've seen some of the Eastern US and Canada. I want to go to Europe.
Well, you guys should draw a map and show us.
Just did mine!
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