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Posted: 08/16/21 08:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm thinking a green sticker if you stayed overnight and a blue one if you only drove through the state. You could also add yellow stickers if you researched a campground in that state on internet but not yet been to the state. Red stickers could be used for states you've stayed in but have no desire to return to. Perhaps a gray one could represent states that you've traveled to by plane. Hmmm, what color for states you've flown over but not landed??? These state maps are tough!


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Lwiddis wrote:

When I drink I don’t discuss map sticker rights and obligations. Too many fights have broken out…even though anyone, even those drinking, can see I’m right…passing through is enough to stick!


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Grit Dog got it right! This is exactly the kind of discussion that takes place around a campfire, sharing a couple of adult beverages! Bottom line - there is no rulebook, there are no directions except how to attach the map to your RV! Do what ever you like - why would it matter? Enjoy your time in your RV and every "doesn't matter" discussion you can share around a campfire!


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Posted: 08/16/21 01:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Please stop discussing the DOD tunnel to Hawaii. It is classified!


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Lwiddis wrote:

Please stop discussing the DOD tunnel to Hawaii. It is classified!


Can we at least mention the AWESOME travel plazas that they built every 200 miles along the tunnel? Great food and awesome views!


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We have camped in every state with a sticker on our map. Do what you want with yours. I had a competition with 2 of my daughters to fill in some of the states. They win for camping in Hawaii. I will probably never get there.
I have been to 48 states but my wife has missed a few of those. I better not count them because I was with someone else.


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