Marking down yet another state on the map
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I start the day driving towards
I drive a bit further down the road and there is a sign announcing there is a welcome centre just down the road - but it is not a welcome centre to
Later this night I checked the maps a bit more - and it appears the editor of the
But my tour in West-Virginia raises a serious issue - what is the minimum requirement to check of a state on the Travbuddy travel map? It is a hard issue - do you need to spend a night in the state? Put your foot down on the ground in the state? Drive through the state in a car without stopping or even considering stopping? Change plane in an airport within the state? All very hard questions to answer.
Well I figure if the Americans and Japanese can do a mad tour of Europe checking of 10 countries with in 3 days - my trip through West-Virginia clearly justify a mark on the map - after all I spend almost 10 minutes driving through the state. Airport stops on the other hand do not count - unless you have driven through the state - I all ready got
Ok I am getting close to 50 states now - marking down yet another state making it my 6th drive through state after Rhode Island, New Jersey, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas - actually I might have stopped for gas in Arkansas - I am not sure so I may have touched the ground in that state.