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It's time to hear things from your side. I thought it'd be great to hear from my readers and see how you like to travel, what are your favorite places in the US, and anything else that pertains to my trip. I had to replace the artifacts section with something. I received so much stuff it became impossible to keep track of. Most it has been sent home. This will provide a great way to hear from more people, see your thoughts, and create some fun dialouge. If you have a question you think I should add plese send it my way.
What country is your top destination?
How many miles away do you live from where you graduated high school, and what brings you there?
Where should I live now?
Would you rather go to Hawaii or Alaska?
What should be next in my life, career, dreams, and hobbies after The Hometown Invasion Tour?
Where do you live now, and if you could live anywhere else in the United States where would it be?
What is your big traveling dream?
What size town would you most like to live in?
How many states have you been to?
What constitutes having “been” to a state?
What’s your favorite monument or memorial in the United States?
How would you describe your state in 3 words?
When I finish my trip and have speaking engagements what are 5 topics I should focus on?
What’s your job and what’s the most rewarding aspect of it?
What did you want to be when you were a kid?
What 5 books would you bring on a year-long trip?
What would you bring to photograph in all 50 states? (like Rice)
If you could be on the front of any cereal box, what cereal would you choose?
What city has your favorite skyline in the United States?
Where would you most like to travel to in the United States?
What would you find to be the hardest thing about living with “strangers”?
What 5 things would you miss most while traveling for a year?
What’s the furthest you’ve driven in a single day and where to and from?
What would you change about your hometown?
What was your favorite family vacation as a child?
What’s your favorite national park?