Jan started it, and Renee soon followed, so it’s quite clear that I’m a follower, but it’s kind of cool. I’m not sure I got all of them correctly, but I included ones that I’ve driven through and didn’t include airport only visits.
The ones in red are the states I’ve visited and here are the countries.
You can create your own map(s) if you feel the urge.
My memory of the whereabouts of all 50 states is a bit weak, so I found this map of the United States quite useful.
Huh, upon further inspection it appears that Jan got the link from Steve who got the link from Heidi. I think that’s where the line stops.
Hmm, it kinda looks like you drove from NH to CA. I need to do that sometime.
Not quite. I drove from NH to UT, and I’ve driven from UT to CA on another occasion. I have yet to see Montana though, which would conquer the west nearly completely (I can’t remember if I hit any of Arizona when I drove to New Mexico, but I think I might have).
It’s time (well, maybe you can wait until it warms up) for you to take a vacation to Yellowstone, Dan. That’s probably the best way to see Montana. It’s actually the first state I visited, as I was born in a hospital in Billings.
That’s not a bad idea. It would be cool to go snowmobiling there, but I remember hearing about a law banning them now. Maybe I’ll go there during the summer.
What’s with you spamming comments on others blogs? I’m sure I’m not the only one. Here’s a couple of links you recently put on my blog if your curious to what I’m talking about:
Keep on blogging, but cut it with the comment spam.
I have (and will) never spam blogs. I detest blog spam and actively use MT-Blacklist. What’s happened is someone has copied my web site and is spamming other blogs. Oddly enough, they spammed me too.
I really don’t know what to do about it. The e-mail address they included bounced when I e-mailed to complain. I’m open to suggestions.
OK. Gotta believe you, as no one in their right mind would spam themself. Odd why the would copy yours (I now see most links are not really links at all.) Wonder what these guys have up their sleeves.
Regardless, I’m running MT-Blacklist right now!
I’ve e-mailed the technical contact on the domain and I just submitted the IP address, comment and link to MT-Blacklist, so if Jay adds it soon enough, we will never be bothered by that link again.
I shoulda known. Do a whois on the domain (z_pa_ger0gxm.cm, once you’ve taken out the underscores and changed the zero to an “o”. Dont wanna give this jerk any more hits.)
Get the company who registered them and then Google them. Surprise surprise…
I just e-mailed their web host notifying them of what their client has done. They say they host any legal content, but stealing another web site is clearly not legal. I just hope they realize that.
Hey Dan, I like your site :) I can’t remember who I got the states map from but I’ve seen it on a lot of people’s sites now.