Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, July 03, 2017

CALIFORNIA

 


Question Of The Week 7-3-17

What is the most distant place you have visited from your home?


I live in the central United States so I'm not sure if the most distant place I've traveled is California, Canada, Virginia, or Mexico.  :-)

Lestock Saskatchewan....we live in Ontario Canada so we had to travel through Ontario and Manitoba into Saskatchewan. I have no idea how far that is but it's the furthest I've been from home. (Unless you count daydreams in which case it was a galaxy far far away)



Australia 


Wow, I would have to Google that. I have been to various parts of Asia and Australia!! I am lucky.


Amsterdam. And I spent more time in the airport than out and about. (it was the end of a transAtlantic cruise, and we went from ship to the airport to fly home.)


Australia

I'd say Moscow. 


To Canada from Florida is the best I can do. 


Antarctica. Like Delores my mind takes me a lot further.


New Zealand. And I would go again in a heartbeat given the chance.


Fremantle. I live in Adelaide South Australia, and I went to Western Australia to visit with my brother and his wife for a week.


Dallas, Texas


Turkey it is about 3000 km from Poland 


China


Scotland

As a child, Jamaica. As an adult, Colorado (I live in New England).


Well to begin with I first thought Skagway Alaska - a whopping 13,000 kms from Melbourne but then looked at the town in England where my brother and sister live and that turns out to be 16,800 kms from Melbourne. You live and learn and thank Mr G. Lol


la tour Eiffel :-D


Singapore...


Marathon Key in Florida by car. Canada as a child, not that far from New England tho. Now you need pass ports!

Next road trips would be CO n CA, when I hit the lottery jackpot n get a new car, then Aussie down under NZ lands.






21 comments:

  1. I live in the central United States so I'm not sure if the most distant place I've traveled is California, Canada, Virginia, or Mexico. Meanwhile forgive the strange format this week for the question because my internet is down and I'm using my cell phone for the post today :-)

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  2. Lestock Saskatchewan....we live in Ontario Canada so we had to travel through Ontario and Manitoba into Saskatchewan. I have no idea how far that is but it's the furthest I've been from home. (Unless you count daydreams in which case it was a galaxy far far away)

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  3. Wow, I would have to Google that. I have been to various parts of Asia and Australia!! I am lucky.

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  4. Amsterdam. And I spent more time in the airport than out and about. (it was the end of a transAtlantic cruise, and we went from ship to the airport to fly home.)

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  5. To Canada from Florida is the best I can do.

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  6. Antarctica. Like Delores my mind takes me a lot further.

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  7. New Zealand. And I would go again in a heartbeat given the chance.

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  8. Fremantle. I live in Adelaide South Australia, and I went to Western Australia to visit with my brother and his wife for a week.

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  9. Turkey it is about 3000 km from Poland

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  10. As a child, Jamaica. As an adult, Colorado (I live in New England).

    I Are Writer!

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  11. Well to begin with I first thought Skagway Alaska - a whopping 13,000 kms from Melbourne but then looked at the town in England where my brother and sister live and that turns out to be 16,800 kms from Melbourne. You live and learn and thank Mr G. Lol

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  12. Marathon Key in Florida by car. Canada as a child, not that far from New England tho. Now you need pass ports!

    Next road trips would be CO n CA, when I hit the lottery jackpot n get a new car, then Aussie down under NZ lands.

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  13. Not sure, either America or Canada.

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