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Hmmm, California (live), Nevada (lived), Arizona (lived)....
That's all I got, lol. I have however been to Mexico!
I think that traveling on the west coast is a lot different than traveling on the east coast. On the west coast, specifically California, the state is so huge and the terrain varries from snow covered mountains to sandy beaches to deep forest.. when you travel just an hour or two, it's like traveling to a whole other world. I live an hour and a half from Yosemite, two hours from the coastal mountains, two and a half hours from San Fransisco, four hours from LA. You could drive for 8 hours in California and not even reach the border, but on the east coast, you travel for 8 hours and you've crossed three state lines.
A daughter is the happy memories of the past, the joyful moments of the
present, and the hope and promise of the future.
I've been to way too many states to list them all here. I'd say, I'd been to about half of them, maybe a little less. I collect keychains, so everytime I visit a new state, I'm at a store finding a keychain.