And Colorado Flips to the ‘Has-Visited’ Column

Another state falls to my travel adventures as I am currently in Colorado, attempting a research conference and presenting a paper on creative self-efficacy. Most important, of course, is the current Electoral College map of states visited and not visited. (A visited state is one in which I have purchased something or eaten a meal, not in an airport.

Other changes since last time include the addition of Washington, the removal of West Virginia (which should not have been included anyway), and the greying out of Tennessee and Alabama — while I have eaten meals in them, I was too young to remember them.

5 thoughts on “And Colorado Flips to the ‘Has-Visited’ Column”

  1. Don’t start dissing Hwy 6! First of all, it’s the only way over the range if Ike is closed. And it is next to my preferred ski resort (Loveland, where Chair 9 takes you to the Continental Divide).

  2. Also, the lack of gas stations, which makes attempting to coast into Georgetown with an empty tank all the more enjoyable!

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