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TPOL Won’t Visit All 50 States And That’s OK

I have a new Trip Report. It’s called TPOL Won’t Visit All 50 States. I created it to consolidate short trips within the US because my list of Trip Reports is getting out of control. Below is what I have so far. Go ahead, choose your own adventure.

So why did I create a new trip report? Because sometimes I end up in great places like Williamsburg, Virginia and need to blog about it. I imagine there will be many more small towns and obscure places that I visit in the United States that are worth writing about but won’t have enough content to justify an entire report. Keeping everything curated is a goal of mine, even if I’m the only one who understands the organization. I also created this trip report because it is highly likely that I will not visit every state in the US. Just like I have no interest in traveling to every country in the world, I won’t feel bad if I don’t visit every state. With all due respect to North Dakota, I already lived in Montana.

With that, I give you the beginning of the TPOL Won’t Visit All 50 States And That’s OK Trip Report. 

a house with a white picket fence and a lawn
Willamsburg: Definitely a place I could live.




  1. I’m at 49 states (still haven’t been to Alaska) and I can assure you, you’re not really missing out on some of them. That’s not to say there’s not worthwhile things to do in all of them, it’s that, as you triage the world’s activities, North Dakota’s charms rank fairly low.

  2. I am so jealous of mallthus. I have never been to ND. I am sort of hoping for an IROPS on a trip that I am not in a hurry and for it to land in ND. Alaska can be fun. I went there on a frequent flyer award just because it is there. My contact with RI and WY was very limited. I just drove through and forced myself to stop so that I could say that my shoe touched RI, not just the tires.

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