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Americans states you have been to (maps)

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red for states where you've not spent much time or seen very much.
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blue for states you've spent a lot of time in or seen a fair amount of.
green for states you've spent a great deal of time in on multiple visits.



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red for states where you've not spent much time or seen very much.
amber for states where you've at least slept and seen some sights.
blue for states you've spent a lot of time in or seen a fair amount of.
green for states you've spent a great deal of time in on multiple visits.


Alaska and Hawaii are only included in the produced map if you give them a color.


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red for states where you've not spent much time or seen very much.
amber for states where you've at least slept and seen some sights.
blue for states you've spent a lot of time in or seen a fair amount of.
green for states you've spent a great deal of time in on multiple visits.


Alaska and Hawaii are only included in the produced map if you give them a color.

How are you defining "a great deal of time". I'm reserving that for living and mutiple long stays. How can you have spent so much time in that many states!

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never been to the States, I'd probably start from Miami and possibly stop there too
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Never been to USA and don't want to go there


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Never been to USA and don't want to go there
don't judge by the TV my friend.

If for you it's just a matter of which channel you're watching at a specific time for you to define what is good or bad, you will have many disappointments in life...

I would certainly like to visit the States, there is enough interesting things to see for like 2 months of constant tourism.

I wouldn't live there though, simply coz i wouldn't live anywhere but here. At MTF

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I think that there more interesting places in world which I want to visit instead of USA


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There is so much in the USA. I've lived here for 22 years and haven't even seen 1/10 of what there is too see in this country. It's as large geographically as a lot of Europe.

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How are you defining "a great deal of time". I'm reserving that for living and mutiple long stays. How can you have spent so much time in that many states!
A reasonable question. The definitions for those groupings are not really quantified, and so interpretations and results will vary.

But I have traveled extensively for work, family, and recreation. Among the states in green on my map, I have made multiple prolonged visits to all of them, with cumulative totals numbering in weeks (or even months) across the various trips. Also, I have indeed lived in several of those green states. Thus, although the categories are defined somewhat vaguely by that mapping site, I would say that my green-state results fit the criterion of states you've spent a great deal of time in on multiple visits.

More difficult was my decision for a large state like California, in which I have made multiple explorations of the northern portion - but not the southern. I almost left that one as blue. On the other hand, I've seen a greater proportion of Delaware, but I've only made a few trips - amounting to less than a few weeks.

Alaska, Maine, and New Jersey are the only US states that I have not visited at all, and I'd like to explore each of them eventually. Of course, I should spend additional time in Atlantic Coast Conference territory, as well as the Pacific Northwest and the Great Plains. Like you said, there is much to see.

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I'm leaving blank the places where I haven't been at all, and marking green only places where I've lived for a year or longer. East coaster for life.

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