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    This level of detail tells one where one has really been, not just some corner of a state...



    Sort of like I've seen Newfoundland & Labrador highlighted on a few of these maps...but how many that have, have actually been to Labrador and driven the Trans Labrador Highway?

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    Need more vacation time!

    Looks like I need to see about getting more vacation time. Ha Ha! Sixteen states and one Canadian Province.
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    states visited

    Looking at the map one could rightly reason I enjoy fair weather.
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    somehow, i have managed to miss nebraska. i've been within sight of omaha, but have never entered the state.

    i've not ridden in hawaii, either.

    but i could add all of canada

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    Add 2 more to mine too. I forgot about inebriation and confusion.










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    Not bad for 2 yrs of riding
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    Many more to go

    Here's so far:

    Plus New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Planning to add PEI this summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlobalRider View Post
    This level of detail tells one where one has really been, not just some corner of a state...



    Sort of like I've seen Newfoundland & Labrador highlighted on a few of these maps...but how many that have, have actually been to Labrador and driven the Trans Labrador Highway?
    You might be interested in reading about Paul Mondor's crossing of the TLH. He's done it, IN THE WINTER!!
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    Can you tell I live in the Northeast?
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    ..and even barely in Illinois.
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    Here's mine. I still gotta hit a couple of corners and a few edges!

    Mexico and Ontario (Niagra Falls) are on the list too.

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    I don't think this gives me any bragging rights with this crowd, but here it is.

    So many roads, so little time!

    This thread really highlights what we've known all along:

    BMW riders RIDE


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    Not enough.

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    Well, here is my feeble map. Is there one for Europe? I lived there for 9 years and 6 of them were with motorcycles as my prime personal transportation.

    Also, most of the Eastern provinces of Canada. (Except Newfoundland)
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    Seems like I'm a "centered" when it comes to riding a motorcycle.

    I used to post here, but now I don't.

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