How many of you had been to all 50 states of United States.

Most audiophiles enjoy staying at home with nice sound out of their system.

I had been to 39 states including Alaska and Hawaii.

I had not been to Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississppi yet.

But I will go through North Carolina and South Carolina to audition the speakers next week.

So there will be only 9 states left.

Since I am a photographer, I can make excuse to visit those 9 states.

I wish to get Motor home and drive through all of them again except Hawaii some day.

It is not very practical to bring Motor home to Hawaii just for few days' trip.

It is not cold around Seattle during winter time.

But it rains too often.

I will visit Disney World in Florida with my family next Monday.

Then I will drive from Orlando to Charlotte, NC to audition the following speakers on 18th, Friday.

I consider driving this high efficiency speaker (105db/W) with my Silbatone 300B SET amp.

I will report my impression after serious audition at his showroom with 300B SET monoblocks.

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I have been through or visited all of the lower 48 states.  My wife and I love long road trips and we have taken many.  I don't fly anymore as I do not like the way the airlines treat their customers.  They are treated more like cattle than people in todays world.  On a road trip, you see things that wouldn't ordinarily be seen and this is a beautiful country.  Never been to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico (US Possession).
@ stereo5

Wow you had been to 48 Conus states.

You shall visit Alaska and Hawaii someday although you may need to fly.

Actually you can drive to Alaska through Canada although it is a very long way.

I agree with you that you can see more through travelling on the road.
Or you can cruise to Alaska on a repository laden with bacteria.