Like I said in my other post (which I guess was over a year ago…) it’s tough to say what counts and what doesn’t. So I won’t set any criteria, but I’ll use a little common sense. Here’s the states that I’ve been to.
Rhode Island – Lived here for 28 years
Massachusetts – With a state as small as RI, it’s tough to go too long without accidentally passing the border into a neighbor
New Hampshire – I like NH…It’s a great place to visit
Vermont – Most of the times if I head north it’s to NH, but I’ve been to VT a couple of times. Last time I think was skiing.
Maine – I can only remember going there once, for a white water rafting trip
Connecticut – Casino, Mystic, then 4 hours of nothing until you hit NY
New York – It probably wouldn’t be so bad if it weren’t full of so many New Yorkers. I could do without the city
California – A trip to San Francisco years ago. Real nice city
North Carolina – Stayed with Luke for the weekend. It was a good trip, real nice state
Texas – Stayed in Dallas for a weekend while visiting family. Cousin wound up in the hospital so it wasn’t the best trip
Louisiana – Stayed for 3 weeks visiting family. Hot and flat and a bit boring
Pennsylvania – Went to Pittsburgh for a wedding for the weekend. That’s an underrated city.
Georgia – Was in Atlanta for a couple days for a funeral.
Maryland – Camden Yards is great. The rest of Baltimore? Not so much.
Looks like Ohio is in the works this summer. So I’ll get to knock out another state