When it comes to travel, we tend to focus more on international destinations. However, over the past few years Kim and I have made it a point to try to see more of the USA.
When visiting different states it’s definitely impressive to think of just how much there is to see at home. In 2015 we only had the chance to visit one new state. (Back in March, Kim, Lucas and I had a fun time checking out Charleston, South Carolina.)
To date I’ve been to 32 states and would love to finish visiting all 50 at some point sooner than later. In recent years we spent a little time in places like Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Wyoming. Not exactly states that typically come up as popular travel destinations. Continue reading Least Visited States in America→
Here is a fun story which is quite appropriate for today since it is July 4.
First I have to say Happy Independence Day and thanks to all of you that have served our country!
A few years back I came across the story and blog of a guy dancing around the world, organizing hilarious flash mobs. If you haven’t heard about this, you can check out the site, Where The Hell Is Matt here.
As many of you may know, I definitely go out of my way to visit odd and weird sites. One of the strangest that I’ve ever visited would be The Shit Fountain in Chicago. We also visited An Odd Site on Easter Islandand the gigantic Rolling Rock in Fall River, Massachusetts among others.
I’m sure that there are other odd/ weird sites all over the country waiting for us to explore and find out about.
Sticking to the topic of weird, I came across an interesting list from The Huffington Post. The list isn’t made up of tourist sites although some of them can be visited.
Back in January I wrote a post related to a Buzzfeed quiz which told you What City You Should Actually Live In. Afer taking the quiz, I was told that I should live in London (FYI: I was born and have lived in Brooklyn, NY my whole life.)
I recently came across another fun Buzzfeed quiz. This time, after answering 12 multiple choice questions you will find out What State You Actually Belong In.