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    You got me thinking. I had to change my desktop pattern. I didn't have too many photos at work, but this is one I took near Reno.
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    States I have been to:

    NY NJ PA OH MD IL NC ND WV IN

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    Those are all fairly east though... although it's not quite as exciting as NYC (who am I kidding, it's really not exciting at all), you should go to Fargo, ND or some place like that (like Bonnie said, somewhere mid-west). My family made the trip to Fargo 4 times, 24 hours straight in a car. In Fargo, you can see for miles upon miles, without seeing a single thing except open land. It's nice to just experience, at least once.

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    Big, I'm going to Fargo this summer. Meet me in Indiana and you can join the trip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    States I have been to:

    NY NJ PA OH MD IL NC ND WV IN
    10 down 40 to go.

    Don't worry Big I still have a few left to go.

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    I have been fortunate enough to visit almost every state in the Union due to family living all over, the Military and other work not to mention after my Dad left he moved around a lot. Still the on thing I believe everyone should experience is the desert after a monsoon. If you live in AZ or in some of the surrounding states like NV you know what I am talking about. THe feeling is like you have been given a fresh start at life and everything that mucked you up is gone. I now live in the foothills of the Rockies and love it. America is truly a land of majesty and the people change with the scenery but all are so important to what America is. I truly believe that if you have never been to the midwest or the south you dont know what hospitality is. If you have never spent time in the west you dont know how to slow your life down and relax. If you have never been to the east coast you probably dont have a real sense of our history. We should all tak e a trip across the nation and take a little of it home with us.

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    There's much of America that I haven't seen, but as a northeasterner visiting the south a few years ago, I was very pleasantly impressed by the slower pace of live and the reality of southern hospitality. This fall, I expect to finally visit the grand canyon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider View Post
    There's much of America that I haven't seen, but as a northeasterner visiting the south a few years ago, I was very pleasantly impressed by the slower pace of live and the reality of southern hospitality. This fall, I expect to finally visit the grand canyon.
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