27 January 2004
Well, I never been to Spain
Said the straight man to the late man,
"Where have you been?"
"I've been here and I've been there
And I've been in between."
Pete Sinfield, "I Talk to the Wind" (music by Ian McDonald)
from In the Court of the Crimson King: An Observation by King Crimson
Visited States by Douwe Osinga
Posted at 10:41 AM to General Disinterest
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Well, that is to say, I've been in the states shown red -- ranging from lived-ins to drive-throughs. Plus, I've......[read more]
Does the map count drive throughs and airline connections?
The state listed in which I spent the least time is probably Vermont two hours, maybe. Wisconsin and Nevada are not much more. I'd call them drive-throughs. Airline connections were not considered, though they would not have changed the map.
Any plans to do Maine and RI on the Next World Tour? They need to be filled in.
I need to totally rephrase that.
Are your words all carried away?
I'm on the outside looking inside; what do I see?
(Actually, inasmuch as I have used a fair amount of vacation time to accommodate the Big Move, if there is a World Tour '04, it will be somewhat truncated.)
Uh, Charles, there is a significant portion of these great United States that is NOT "red" -- you owe us Montanans a visit!
Lodging in on us, natch. And even a few meals - assuming that whole "Mad Cow" thing didn't frighten you off of thick, juicy steaks.
As a matter of fact, this evening's repast was highlighted by a seven-ounce ribeye done in classic George Foreman style. (It's 20 degrees outside, which discourages firing up the charcoaler, or would if I had one.)