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If you won an all-expenses-paid one-month RV trip to one state in the USA, which state would you choose?

Here is where you get a chance to tell us something, rather than the other way around. We’ll publish as many of your responses as possible in next Saturday’s edition (April 24, 2021) of this newsletter.

So, let’s say you won such a trip – all expenses paid getting to and from a particular state and all expenses paid while you were there.

Would you head to Florida, or maybe Texas along the Gulf Coast? Or maybe you’d want to explore the beautiful Oregon coast, or maybe the Red Rock country of southern Utah. Maybe you’d want to head to Maine to eat lobster every night.

So which would you choose? Use the form below to reply.

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mGONZO2u
3 months ago

I see that I’m the 2nd person that would promptly let someone else foot the bill for a roadie to Alaska via California.

No doubt, that is where we would go.

William
5 months ago

Arizona is the best place to visit because that is may mother land and I haven’t been there for 10 years, I love Arizona. With my new ecell ebike and a new go pro I would be able to document all the wonderful places the American people have never seen. From the high mountains too the Desert 🏜 their are wonders that regular Americans would be totally mystified about places that they need to see.
I grow up on on the Apache reservation I would know.

Mitzi Agnew Giles and Ed Giles
5 months ago

I think New York. There is so much to see from NYCity, to Letchworth SP (Grand Canyon of East) Adirondack Mountains, Lake Placid, St Laurence Seaway, Olana SP the home and ateliar of the great artist Frederick Church, some Amish country, Buffalo and Niagara Falls (I took my grandchildren north with the spring back in 2007- spent the month of June driving, sightseeing and camping out from Florida to Niagara and back-Niagara took 4 days and we hadn’t yet seen everything to see in the Buffalo/Niagara area) Plus the Corning Glass Museum, and the areas connected with in Canada, borders Quebec and Toronto. I had a whole lot more in my mind once upon a time but getting more forgetful in my 70s.

Tom H.
5 months ago

Alaska! I would love for someone else to pay for all that diesel fuel.

Tim
5 months ago

Thanks for the free trip! We love cross country trips so we are going for distance.

Washington please. Specifically Seattle.

Our daughter is there but also some friends, business associates, amazing places to vist between here and there.

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