I love to travel. I don't get to do it much, but I really love it. Usually when we travel we drive. I've driven clear across the United States more than once, and have encountered some interesting places. Here are just a few off the top of my head. (Some of these places I've only visited, while others of these I've actually lived in. I won't bother to tell you which is which.)
- Dalton, Georgia - the carpet capitol of the world
- Bozeman, Montana - the best tap water I've ever had!
- Groton, Connecticut - home of the US Navy's submarine training base
- Fernandina Beach, Florida - home of the Shrimp Festival
- Poulsbo, Washington - Little Norway on the Fjord
- Vernal, Utah - Dinosaurland!
- Cody, Wyoming - Eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park
- Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - are those gorgeous views for real?
- Victoria, British Columbia - Don't miss that little garden!
- St. Johns, Arizona - Ummm, why was I there again?
- Brunswick, Georgia - Look at that - I had no idea there was so much beauty and history there. All that time I just went to the outlet mall and the Krispy Kreme.
So you want to play along with me today? Tell me about some interesting out-of-the-way place you've been to. Or if you enjoy guessing games, guess which of the above towns I've lived in. (I'll give you a clue - there are three of them.)
(This post here over at Michele's (which incidently was inspired by Garrison of Church of Steele - must give credit where credit is due!) inspired this post.)