Apparently I Need to Get Moving

Filed under:It's My Life — posted by Anwyn on July 16, 2007 @ 9:59 pm

For somebody who’s moved as much as I have, this map is pretty spare:

Create your own personalized map of the USA.

I’m including states I’ve driven through enough to see well (like Montana, which you can say you’ve visited after driving through once, it’s so big) and states I was taken through in passing when I was little, well enough to remember, but not states I was only through once, in passing. If I included every state I’ve ever been in, even only in a vehicle, in a vehicle in the dead of night, or during an airport layover, it would look more like this:

Create your own personalized map of the USA.

Better, but misleading. Lot of states I need to make a real visit to.


  1. Actually, that’s not a bad map at all. You’ve been to Texas, which is required, and a fair number of the “other” states.

    Still, you’ve never been to Maine? You’ve got to visit this humble little state. After all, we have scenery that looks like this.

    Comment by Slublog — July 17, 2007 @ 9:33 pm

  2. Hey, now that we have met…you can always come and stay in MA and bring the kidlet as well. :)One state of your list, plus we can go to NH and shoot some guns.

    Comment by Petitedov — July 18, 2007 @ 8:25 am

  3. Yeah, the blank spots are definitely in “region” form–southwest, deep South, and New England, which I’ve always wanted to visit. I’ve recently realized that most of my trips over the years have either been *with* my family or to see them. Gotta put in more “trips to go see _____.”

    Petitedov, I am sure I will take you up on that sometime. I’ve wanted to see your area.

    Comment by Anwyn — July 18, 2007 @ 8:54 am

  4. You could always come visit us in Kansas. Though I have no idea why you would…

    Comment by Chuck Bell — September 10, 2007 @ 8:09 am

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