Since the FMCA rally brought us to Minnesota (another white space on our map at the time) we saw our chance to do New England this summer! New York - check, Masachussetts - check, Maine - check, New Hampshire - check, Vermont - check. Then, last week we made sure to spend one night in Rhode Island, even though it was only 20 miles to our next stop in Connecticut! You see, we've always understood that the LAW is: in order to put a state on your map, you must spend the night in that state in your RV.
So, until we decide to go to Alaska, we're done with checking off states. Uh-oh, look at that white spot for North Dakota. But, you know - we *were* there. It was even an FMCA rally where we gave a Wi-Fi seminar for Coach Connect. But, they flew us there, our motorhome was left in Florida and we stayed at a motel when we went to the rally in Minot.
So, whaddaya think, can North Dakota count? Or will you send the map police after us?