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Diesel truckers

Been a long haul and passing through. Some you folk want to convoy we headed up to Las Vegas next. Iíd like to sit a spell here. Amigo crossing the frontier says he has little something something. Best be watching muh speed !

Winchester MA wrote:Massachusetts is the best.

Thatís debatable.
To me, itís either Arizona, New Mexico, or Alaska.

I liked Alaska too. I'm sure that there are many places better than Massachusetts. I like Northern Michigan and Montana too. I'm partial to the countryside over the big cities.

Natanes wrote:I liked Alaska too. I'm sure that there are many places better than Massachusetts. I like Northern Michigan and Montana too. I'm partial to the countryside over the big cities.

I chose Alaska because of the beautiful landscape, wildlife, and history of being owned by Russia, which I find interesting.
The other two states Iíve actually lived in.

Natanes wrote:I liked Alaska too. I'm sure that there are many places better than Massachusetts. I like Northern Michigan and Montana too. I'm partial to the countryside over the big cities.

Massachusetts has countryside too. We just have cities as an added bonus.

The nation of Gunland wrote:I chose Alaska because of the beautiful landscape, wildlife, and history of being owned by Russia, which I find interesting.
The other two states Iíve actually lived in.

If you are looking for history, Massachusetts is second to none in the USA.

Winchester MA wrote:Massachusetts has countryside too. We just have cities as an added bonus.If you are looking for history, Massachusetts is second to none in the USA.

Maybe Iíll look into it later then.

Teslax

Winchester MA wrote:Massachusetts has countryside too. We just have cities as an added bonus.If you are looking for history, Massachusetts is second to none in the USA.

what you talkin about, anything in the 13 colonies has history *cough maryland cough*

Teslax wrote:what you talkin about, anything in the 13 colonies has history *cough maryland cough*

You could say that, but the history in MA is so dense that only cities like NYC and Philly are remotely close. I just don't see Baltimore and Annapolis being more historic than places like Boston, Springfield, Plymouth and Lowell.

Teslax

Winchester MA wrote:You could say that, but the history in MA is so dense that only cities like NYC and Philly are remotely close. I just don't see Baltimore and Annapolis being more historic than places like Boston, Springfield, Plymouth and Lowell.

Baltimore was the scene of the siege of Baltimore in 1814 and the subsequent victory at the battle of fort McHenry. Baltimore also was a major industrial city and still is, although Annapolis is useless

Teslax wrote:Baltimore was the scene of the siege of Baltimore in 1814 and the subsequent victory at the battle of fort McHenry. Baltimore also was a major industrial city and still is, although Annapolis is useless

Baltimore is still a historic city in it's own right. Annapolis has the Naval Academy, that's pretty interesting.

Teslax

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