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Thread: Have you seen all parts of your own country yet?

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    Super Member Favorite Fabrics's Avatar
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    Just wondering how many of you have had the opportunity to travel all around your country?

    There are so many places I haven't seen yet, and when I look at all the pictures that have been posted... it really makes me want to just pack up and go explore!

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    not at all, still haven't been to lots of states in the USA

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    Me too. Seems I've only been on the coasts mostly. There are so many places I'd like to go. The only time I've been more central has been going to conventions when my husband worked at Borden Foods. We went to Texas once but I hardly remember it, and Las Vegas. Favorite non- coastal city is New Orleans. Been there many times.

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    I am missing the east from the Carolinas on up still.

    We spent a year in our RV cruising around the country between moving from CA to KY.

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    No, but I would love to. I have been to California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee,Kentucky, Missouri, illinois and I've been on the border of North Carolina. I don't travel very well these days so we haven't been anywhere in a while.

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    I hadn't seen all that much of the UK before I left, and I haven't seen as much of Ireland as I would like either.

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    my father used to say that an American should see his/her own country before going elsewhere. Summer vacations were often spent traveling throughout the US. So, I've been to almost 40 states, missing many in the deep south and midwest. And Alaska and Hawaii. I hope to remedy the Alaska visit soon! My daughter has travelled more abroad than here, but she's visited probably 11 of our 50. Now, she lives in Madrid!

    Laurie in NY, NY

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    We had a motorhome for awhile and my hubby liked to travel for vacations. usually to see family though.

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    I would love to. I have been to Ill. and Iowa, lol, and most of Wisconsin.

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    There are parts of the US that I really want to see & some parts that I don't Not listing either so I don't insult anyone here.

    I would love to find a "passport" that I can stamp so I will have a travel memory.

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