Hey Sayre- you haven't been to Wisconsin yet? Well well, I'll have to give you a personal tour then....
it would seem to me you could knock out a few states if you headed to the north east and had a car for a week.--RC of strangeculture.blogspot.com
I actually did drive to New York from Florida, but was on the interstate the whole time - no sightseeing or even stopping for dinner during that particular stretch... So I don't count that. My husband and I want to drive up to Maine as a vacation one year - which ought to knock out a lot of the northeast.Nope - never been to Wisconsin. And strangely enough, I've always wanted to go there. Not sure why. When I worked for the FAA, the instructors all thought I was from there because of my accent. Does a Wisconsin accent sound like southern belle/new york/welsh/english with a little Okie tossed in? I have no idea. I'll take you up on that tour!
Sweet. I'll take you in Not Winter, okay? :)
Oh- and re: Wisconsin accent- there are two categories of Wisconsin accent: Milwaukeean, and everyone else.Milwaukee's accent has a little more German 'yah, ain'a doncha know' and the everyone else accent is a bit more Nordic 'yah dere hey'. If you plug your nose and intone every sentence like a question on an uptone, and insert 'ya' every sixth sylable, you gotz it, ya dere hey.Incidently, Minnesotans have an even heavier accent.
Hmmm... I don't sound like either of those (I think!), but these were guys from all over the country and they would know. I'll take you up on your tour offer someday... but we're not going anywhere anytime soon. This move is wiping us out financially at least until we sell the other place. And I have GOT to catch up on work!!!!!
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