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Back home from an awesome vacation

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Not exactly news to those who follow me on Twitter, but we've been traveling Texas and a small part of New Mexico (as it was on the way) in an RV, thus it is time to update The Map™:

That's twentyone US states I've visited so far!

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lunden-otter.livejournal.com 5 years, 7 months ago

"Nuremberg, Germany (unfortunately)"

Why unfortunately? I love your country!

Glad you had a good trip

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woelfisch.livejournal.com 5 years, 6 months ago

Thanks, we had a great vacation! This time I even took notes (after the LJ app ate a half-done post), I'll try to make it a travel report eventually.

And "unfortunately", because that means the vacation is over. But yes, there a so many places in Germany I've never been to, but I'm saving that for another time.

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TerharPi 4 years, 10 months ago

Say, you got a nice blog post.Thanks Again. Keep writing.

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aeto.livejournal.com 5 years, 7 months ago

I find it funny to see Location: Nuremberg, Germany (unfortunately).

I'm in Seattle now, back where you just came from (at least in terms of the country :) ), and think, "wow, I'd so like to be over in Germany right now."

I guess the grass IS always greener, so to speak.

(EDIT: And I promise you, I posted mine without looking at the one above. :) )

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woelfisch.livejournal.com 5 years, 6 months ago

Well, the grass is greener here than in the areas of Texas we went to. But the sky is definitely bluer over there ;-)

Oh, and I love Seattle, even though I don't know if I'd want to live there. The traffic (and driver attitude) is worse than in Nuremberg, on the other hand, the ocean. I miss the ocean.

(Ironically, my craving for the sea resulted in the first two mosquito bites of the year.)

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aeto.livejournal.com 5 years, 6 months ago

I'll actually have to agree with you on the traffic. If you try to go anywhere during rush hours (7 to 9am, 4 to 6pm), it's terrible. Luckily, I work flexible enough hours that I can basically avoid those times entirely and once you get out of those hours, it gets much better quickly. Also, in a few years, the light rail will have a station near my house, so hopefully that will help some as well.

But yeah, that's the one real negative of here.

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loriana.livejournal.com 5 years, 6 months ago

you've been to six more than I have :P :)

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woelfisch.livejournal.com 5 years, 6 months ago

Believe it or not, I've only been to 15 of the 16 states of Germany (and spent a night just in 13.) But then again, why exactly would anybody visit Saarland without having business to do there?

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