lost, for a little while


route v1.1
September 29, 2010, 9:22 pm
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Roaming Gnome

My idol.

It’s been a while since I posted my original route plan, and since then I’ve been talking with as many people as possible and gathering more suggestions. If I’m gonna do this thing, might as well go all out, right?

Here’s the latest draft:

NORTHEAST
Forestville, NY
Finger Lakes Region, NY
Syracuse, NY
Acadia National Park
Boston, MA
Newport, RI?
East Lyme, CT
Cologne, NJ
Washington, D.C.
Charlottesville, VA

SOUTHEAST
Savannah, GA
Miami, FL
Key West, FL
Dry Tortugas?
Everglades National Park
Bonita Springs, FL
Mobile, AL
New Orleans, LA
Beaumont, TX

SOUTHWEST
Dallas, TX
Austin, TX
Carlsbad Caverns
Santa Fe, NM
Grand Canyon National Park
Arches National Park
Zion National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
Canyonlands National Park

WEST COAST
Joshua Tree National Park
Los Angeles, CA
Death Valley?
Yosemite National Park?
Big Sur
San Francisco, CA
Portland, OR
Olympia, WA
Seattle, WA

NORTHERN MIDWEST
Spokane, WA
Glacier National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Badlands National Park
Wall, SD
Somewhere in ND
Minneapolis, MN
Chicago, IL

Am I missing anything crucial? Let me know!

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[…] Sure, a lot of my friends live in this little section of the world, but doesn’t that just make it all the more easy to go back and visit another time? A time when, say, the daily forecast is for a high of 77 degrees Fahrenheit? Not to mention the fact that, aside from Maine, I’ve already been practically everywhere on that leg of the itinerary? […]

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