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Feb. 3rd, 2004 | 11:29 am

I picked up some of these states on the during our wedding trip to NY and helping Nick move to Cape Cod. OH, KY, CT, ID, and MT are the only states I haven't at least slept in. I can't remember if I've actually slept in Kansas or Nebraska but the difference between asleep and awake in the plains states is an arbitrary distinction.



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Feb. 3rd, 2004 | 11:29 am

I picked up some of these states on the during our wedding trip to NY and helping Nick move to Cape Cod. OH, KY, CT, ID, and MT are the only states I haven't at least slept in. I can't remember if I've actually slept in Kansas or Nebraska but the difference between asleep and awake in the plains states is an arbitrary distinction.



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Travels

Feb. 3rd, 2004 | 11:29 am

I picked up some of these states on the during our wedding trip to NY and helping Nick move to Cape Cod. OH, KY, CT, ID, and MT are the only states I haven't at least slept in. I can't remember if I've actually slept in Kansas or Nebraska but the difference between asleep and awake in the plains states is an arbitrary distinction.



create your own visited states map
or write about it on the open travel guide

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Travels

Feb. 3rd, 2004 | 11:29 am

I picked up some of these states on the during our wedding trip to NY and helping Nick move to Cape Cod. OH, KY, CT, ID, and MT are the only states I haven't at least slept in. I can't remember if I've actually slept in Kansas or Nebraska but the difference between asleep and awake in the plains states is an arbitrary distinction.



create your own visited states map
or write about it on the open travel guide

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