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38 States or 74%



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And from what I see of my travels for 2008, I should add 7 more to the list of states I've been too.
And to think that only four short years ago, the number of states that I had been to was only five.

Comments

Kelsgarden said…
you need to find a Canada map too now
Rogue Squirrel said…
Doesn't matter, I still went to Tahiti...

(Drinking I2PA and eating a loaf of fresh baked sourdough bread with an extra side of gluten, just to rub it in more)
Rogue Squirrel said…
I'm cute and furry, yet utterly evil. Took a correspondence course from WH.
Me said…
Apparently I smell so bad you are avoiding my entire state.
Travel said…
A couple more years of non-stop business travel and you will have been to all of the states. I hope you have dealers in Hawai. I am missing a few states in the Pacific Northwest and most of New England. Plotting to see them all before I am too old to travel.

DG

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