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Were you born in the country where you now live?

What country were you born in? Whatever, or wherever, the country is, do you still live there?

Now, the majority of our readers (think 96 percent) are located in either the U.S. (93 percent) and Canada (3 percent). Others of you are scattered around the world – some in South Korea, England, Australia, Mexico… Last year we even had someone write in who was living in Antarctica at the time (are you still there?). Something tells us that person wasn’t born in Antarctica. Actually, has anyone ever been born in Antarctica? Now we want to know…

Anyway, please vote in the poll below and leave a comment telling us what country you were born in (we especially want to know if it’s outside the U.S. or Canada). Thanks!

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Gary
6 months ago

US Air Force brat born in Montreal, Canada. Was there for about 18 months…I think.
And no, I was never a Canadian citizen.

E Step
6 months ago

My Mother was in the hospital In Missouri. I was born in the same hospital because I wanted to be close to her.

Larry
6 months ago

Not only do we live in the Country we were born in, but we still live in the same town.

D C
6 months ago

Yes, the USA. Although, between being a military brat and being in the military myself, I’ve spent almost half my life in other countries.

Barry
6 months ago

Kind of a trick ANSWER this time.
I was born in California, but I moved to the country of Texas as quick as I could.

Richard Hughes
6 months ago

Yes, but the country has changed.

Tony Price
6 months ago

UK, now living in Canada since 1970.

Jan C Prins
6 months ago

France, moved to Canada when I was 12. Love both countries…….

Jack P
6 months ago

I have worked parts of many years in Antarctica and yes, Diane, I read RV travel some of that time, though never wrote to you. There have been somewhere around a dozen births in Antarctica because in the 70’s Chile and Argentina had set up colonies/stations there to try to support their territorial claims.

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6 months ago
Reply to  Jack P

Thanks for the interesting info, Jack. Wow! You get around! From Enumclaw to Antarctica — and lots of places in between. Just so you don’t forget about RVtravel.com while you’re roaming the world. Take care, and have a beautiful, sunny day. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Grant Graves
6 months ago

Well, me yes, wife no. I answered yes because I filled out the poll, but if you ask the same question in a few years then I will be no and she will be yes.

Dale
6 months ago

Made in the USA, born in England. Dad was in the air force. Been in the USA since I was 2.

Paul
6 months ago

Enrolled Sioux Indian, so yes! 9 years on the road enjoying this big and beautiful country!

Joe Heckman
6 months ago

I was born in Germany. My mother was German, father unknown. Later adopted by Americans and brought to America

Bounder
6 months ago

We’re dual, US & Canada. We have a home in BC and CA so that allows us to take advantage of the best of both!

Linda
6 months ago

Still live in the same county that I was born in, in Texas!

Carole Carr
6 months ago

Born in England. Lived in France, then back to England. Lived in the US for the last 51 years.

Billy B
6 months ago

Born & Raised in Canada. Lived in small town in Southern Ontario. Lived in Southwestern Ontario, Northern Ontario & SoCal. Transferred back to Toronto & then transferred to Western Canada….[ as they say; You can take the Boy out of Country but you can not take The country out of The Boy…] Miss Home!!!… Just sayin.!!!!!

V Mosley
6 months ago

I was born in Oregon city Oregon and you can’t get more Webfoot than that but I married a man in the military and moved around the world for 22 years and now I reside in Southern California and I’m looking for a new place to live

Sink Jaxon
6 months ago
Reply to  V Mosley

Don’t blame ya!

Tom
6 months ago

2 full passports later, I’m sure glad my parents, grandparents are Americans. I’ve been to some very sad places.

Neal Davis
6 months ago

After 25 years in metro Washington, DC, we moved to the property on which I grew up. Our house is 1/2 mile from my parents’ home (yes, a large property).

My geneology certainly includes immigrants, but the nearest one is four generations ago. My maternal grandmother’s maternal grandmother came from Ireland approximately when the potato famine of 1879 (not the Great Potato Famine of 1845-1852) occurred.

Last edited 6 months ago by Neal Davis

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