Wisconsin about 10000 times. (My grandmother had a summer home there until she died around the time I had my first baby, and My Man and I even had our honeymoon there!)
I live in Illinois.
Michigan, both Lower and Upper, several times. I LOVE the UP! Say YA to the U P, eh?
Indiana, more times than I can count.
Florida, several times.
California, several times, both southern and northern.
Arizona and Nevada, once. Our ONLY trip without the kids many years ago, before our youngest was born.
DC, once, to take the older kids to the Smithsonian and see DC. We NEED to take our youngest there. She would love it.
Boston to Maine in one trip. We even drove to Bangor and I took pictures of Stephen King's house. What a nerd. I kept hoping, "I hope he isn't here!"
Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri in one trip. I thought I would love
it, but some of the people scared me. I liked Beale Street in Memphis, but I felt like I was walking into Deliverance
half the time. We drove through these areas where people were actually sitting on their front porches with shotguns in their arms. We got out to buy food at one place in KY and everybody was staring at us. Scary.
I've been in New York state, but near the Canada border, not NYC.
Canada, near Niagara falls, and near Mackinac Island an other.
Probably others, but I can't remember.
I've never been out of the country, except for Canada. I don't even have a passport.
I'd love to go to Europe. I was supposed to go as a gift from my parents when I graduated High School. But the girl I was going to go with decided to get married that summer instead. I was like, "Who the hell would choose getting married at 19 to going to Europe?" I was so disappointed. None of my other friends could go, so I had to cancel. I went to college in the fall and then worked and got married and had kids, so I've never been to Europe or had a chance to since.