Bold= visited Underline = lived Italics = driven through, purchased shot glasses, or had a layover.
1) Alabama, 2) Alaska, 3) Arizona, 4) Arkansas, 5) California, 6) Colorado, 7) Connecticut, 8) Delaware, 9) Florida, 10) Georgia, 11) Hawaii, 12) Idaho, 13) Illinois, 14) Indiana, 15) Iowa, 16) Kansas, 17) Kentucky, 18) Louisiana, 19) Maine, 20) Maryland, 21) Massachusetts, 22) Michigan, 23) Minnesota, 24) Mississippi, 25) Missouri, 26) Montana, 27) Nebraska, 28) Nevada, 29) New Hampshire, 30) New Jersey, 31) New Mexico, 32) New York, 33) North Carolina, 34) North Dakota, 35) Ohio, 36) Oklahoma, 37) Oregon, 38) Pennsylvania, 39) Rhode Island, 40) South Carolina, 41) South Dakota, 42) Tennessee, 43) Texas, 44) Utah, 45) Vermont, 46) Virginia, 47) Washington, 48) West Virginia, 49) Wisconsin, 50) Wyoming, and 51) Washington, DC.
Outside of the US: In Canada: British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick France, Bermuda, Australia, England, Wales, Germany
My mother worked in a travel agency when I was little. She got the same freebies the agents did. I do not remember most of Europe. Most of the states and provinces were on my road trip with Tillie, Brent and Steel. I could go into further detail. But I won't.
Mali announces that TolCon will have a club table and we need help. The response from the volunteers list is: "What is Rustycon?" I give them the link to Rustycon page. Volunteers list says, "Okay, but where is it?" I go to rustycon page and look at the big bulletin on the front page where they announce the location. "It is at the SeaTac Radisson," say I. The volunteers list says: "I live in SeaTac and I still can't find it!" I go to mapquest enter "Radisson" city of SeaTac. I tell people on the list what the cross streets are (highway 99 and 170th. That it is on the west side.
If this is not enough information, I REALLY don't want their help. I can just imagine the conversations.
Me: We are trying to encourage people to register. Give everyone who asks this reg form. Them: But how will they fill it out? Me: With these pens. Them: How do they work?
Thank you to whoever helped clean up after the party. However, in the future, please remember that glass bottles do not go in the recycling bin in the kitchen. They go in the crates located in the carport (or if we don't feel like taking them outside, on the kitchen counter.) The recycling men prefer this, as then they don't get shards of glass mixed in with the paper and cans.
This morning I got to play a rousing game of find the bottles, interspersed with the annual emptying of half drunk champagne bottles. Champagne is bubbly when it goes down the drain.
Also, TolCon received membership forms from the Despot family today. I think I'm scared.