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Title: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Compassion Fills the Void on August 19, 2007, 02:00:37 pm
Here are some guesses for me in Minnesota, though snowguy probably has a bunch of these:

Goodhue
Dodge
Lincoln
Lyon
Watonwan
Big Stone
Swift
Chippewa

And some in North Dakota, though MHS probably has some of these, but he hasn't posted in awhile. I bet I'm the only other poster who has been to his old home county of Ward too:

Sioux
Emmons
Sheridan
Wells
Eddy
Foster
Slope
Bowman
Dickey
Lamoure


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Jaggerjack on August 19, 2007, 02:01:55 pm
Lemme guess... Shasta, Butte


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sensei on August 19, 2007, 02:03:30 pm
a bunch in Florida


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: True Federalist on August 19, 2007, 03:06:16 pm
Can't say if I'm the only Atlasian to have been there, but here are some that I'm certain that no more than one or two of you have been in.

In Georgia, I'll list Baldwin, Ben Hill, Burke, Colquitt, Dougherty, Glascock, Hancock, Irwin, Jefferson, Johnson, Putnam, Telfair, Worth (and possibly Screven save for those old enough to have traveled before I-95).

I've been to every South Carolina county, but I'll only list Saluda, since that's the one I consider least likely for people to have visited, as it's off the Interstate and has nothing touristy there.

In North Carolina, I'll hazard Pamlico and Beaufort counties as possibilities, as I doubt there is anyone else who chose to take a country drive on NC 306 just to go over a couple of ferries.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 19, 2007, 05:42:50 pm
Here are some guesses for me in Minnesota, though snowguy probably has a bunch of these:

Goodhue I went to college 7 miles away and biked frequently, plus the drive through Red Wing is my favorite alternative to I 94 between Mpls and Chicago.

Dodge MN 56 to US 14 was the back way from Northfield to Rochester.

Watonwan One of my best friends from college lived one county to the west, so MN 60 through this county was the way to get there.


I can remove some from your list. My comments are in italics.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Verily on August 19, 2007, 05:51:55 pm
Lemme guess... Shasta, Butte

I've been to Shasta.


I haven't been to Salem County, and there's no other county in NJ so out of the way that none of you would have been to it. Maybe Somerset or Franklin County, Maine?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: 🍁 Hatman on August 19, 2007, 05:53:11 pm
hmm... Renfrew County, Ontario


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Jaggerjack on August 19, 2007, 06:33:48 pm
Lemme guess... Shasta, Butte

I've been to Shasta.


I haven't been to Salem County, and there's no other county in NJ so out of the way that none of you would have been to it. Maybe Somerset or Franklin County, Maine?
You've been in Redding?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Compassion Fills the Void on August 19, 2007, 06:36:57 pm
Lemme guess... Shasta, Butte

I've been to Shasta.


I haven't been to Salem County, and there's no other county in NJ so out of the way that none of you would have been to it. Maybe Somerset or Franklin County, Maine?

I bet between you and all the other NJ posters every county in NJ has been visited.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: jokerman on August 19, 2007, 07:54:25 pm
Probably any rural Arkansas county not on the interstate.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Verily on August 19, 2007, 07:57:14 pm
Lemme guess... Shasta, Butte

I've been to Shasta.


I haven't been to Salem County, and there's no other county in NJ so out of the way that none of you would have been to it. Maybe Somerset or Franklin County, Maine?
You've been in Redding?

There are few places in California where I do not have relatives, and I've made day trips to most of the others. (Although even before my second cousin moved to Redding, I had been through Shasta County to Mount Lassen when I was kid.)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Boris on August 19, 2007, 08:04:53 pm
Probably none. The furthest downstate I've been is Springfield, and Muon's obviously been there. So unless he takes a different route than I do :P


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Alcon on August 19, 2007, 09:04:21 pm
You've been in Redding?

I slept in Redding.  What a craphole.  It's on I-5, though, so lots of people have probably been there.

I imagine I'm probably alone on Skamania and Wahkiakum counties, WA.  Maybe Hood River, OR, too?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sensei on August 19, 2007, 09:16:59 pm
Ive been to all of the counties in Florida.  There has to be one that nobody's been to, maybe Alachua?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: HappyWarrior on August 19, 2007, 09:20:03 pm
Can't say if I'm the only Atlasian to have been there, but here are some that I'm certain that no more than one or two of you have been in.

In Georgia, I'll list Baldwin, Ben Hill, Burke, Colquitt, Dougherty, Glascock, Hancock, Irwin, Jefferson, Johnson, Putnam, Telfair, Worth (and possibly Screven save for those old enough to have traveled before I-95).

I've been to every South Carolina county, but I'll only list Saluda, since that's the one I consider least likely for people to have visited, as it's off the Interstate and has nothing touristy there.

In North Carolina, I'll hazard Pamlico and Beaufort counties as possibilities, as I doubt there is anyone else who chose to take a country drive on NC 306 just to go over a couple of ferries.

I've been to Beaufort  :-D

I bet nobody has been to Charles, St. Mary's, or Calvert County In Maryland.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sensei on August 19, 2007, 09:22:16 pm
Can't say if I'm the only Atlasian to have been there, but here are some that I'm certain that no more than one or two of you have been in.

In Georgia, I'll list Baldwin, Ben Hill, Burke, Colquitt, Dougherty, Glascock, Hancock, Irwin, Jefferson, Johnson, Putnam, Telfair, Worth (and possibly Screven save for those old enough to have traveled before I-95).

I've been to every South Carolina county, but I'll only list Saluda, since that's the one I consider least likely for people to have visited, as it's off the Interstate and has nothing touristy there.

In North Carolina, I'll hazard Pamlico and Beaufort counties as possibilities, as I doubt there is anyone else who chose to take a country drive on NC 306 just to go over a couple of ferries.

I've been to Beaufort  :-D

I bet nobody has been to Charles, St. Mary's, or Calvert County In Maryland.
been to all three


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Compassion Fills the Void on August 19, 2007, 09:24:27 pm
Ive been to all of the counties in Florida.  There has to be one that nobody's been to, maybe Alachua?

If there's one, it's definitely not that one. It'd be some rural podunk one in the middle of nowhere.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: HappyWarrior on August 19, 2007, 09:26:54 pm
Can't say if I'm the only Atlasian to have been there, but here are some that I'm certain that no more than one or two of you have been in.

In Georgia, I'll list Baldwin, Ben Hill, Burke, Colquitt, Dougherty, Glascock, Hancock, Irwin, Jefferson, Johnson, Putnam, Telfair, Worth (and possibly Screven save for those old enough to have traveled before I-95).

I've been to every South Carolina county, but I'll only list Saluda, since that's the one I consider least likely for people to have visited, as it's off the Interstate and has nothing touristy there.

In North Carolina, I'll hazard Pamlico and Beaufort counties as possibilities, as I doubt there is anyone else who chose to take a country drive on NC 306 just to go over a couple of ferries.

I've been to Beaufort  :-D

I bet nobody has been to Charles, St. Mary's, or Calvert County In Maryland.
been to all three

lol, darn it.  I live in Charles.  What were you doing here?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: True Federalist on August 19, 2007, 10:37:54 pm
I bet nobody has been to Charles, St. Mary's, or Calvert County In Maryland.
been to all three

lol, darn it.  I live in Charles.  What were you doing here?

I've been through Charles as well, taking US 301 to get to Baltimore (where my mother's family is from) while avoiding the mess known as I-95/I-495, since we would normally have hit Washington at rush hour had we stayed on I-95.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 19, 2007, 10:43:05 pm
Probably none. The furthest downstate I've been is Springfield, and Muon's obviously been there. So unless he takes a different route than I do :P

I have been there many ways, just to try different scenery. Since I frequently stay in Peoria, I often pass through Stark Co., IL. Anyone been there?

Last weekend I went to the original state capital of IL, Kaskaskia, the only incorporated place in IL west of the Mississippi. It's in Randolph Co, IL, the home of Popeye. Anyone been there?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Verily on August 20, 2007, 12:16:00 am
Probably none. The furthest downstate I've been is Springfield, and Muon's obviously been there. So unless he takes a different route than I do :P

I have been there many ways, just to try different scenery. Since I frequently stay in Peoria, I often pass through Stark Co., IL. Anyone been there?

Last weekend I went to the original state capital of IL, Kaskaskia, the only incorporated place in IL west of the Mississippi. It's in Randolph Co, IL, the home of Popeye. Anyone been there?

I'll assume you've been to Decatur, and therefore to Macon County, IL. My "most obscure place in IL" goes to Warrensburg, IL, but it shares a county with Decatur.

Oh, and the Delaware Memorial Bridge is at the north end of Salem County, NJ, so I have actually been there, as probably have a lot of other people. Oh well.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: memphis on August 20, 2007, 12:45:25 am
I went to summer camp one year in Vilas, WI. Very remote and obscure.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: CultureKing on August 20, 2007, 01:14:54 am
You've been in Redding?

I slept in Redding.  What a craphole.  It's on I-5, though, so lots of people have probably been there.

I imagine I'm probably alone on Skamania and Wahkiakum counties, WA.  Maybe Hood River, OR, too?
Nope, I got you on those (been to all of them). I have personally been to all the counties in Western Washington & Oregon. Also I have been to out of the rare ones Okanogan, Ferry, Garfield and a number of others in Eastern Oregon and Washington (also a splattering of counties in Idaho and Montana...)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: DWPerry on August 20, 2007, 02:17:07 am
anyone else been to Big Horn County, or Rosebud County, MT?
Clinch County, GA?
Sumter County, GA?

I'm sure I'll think of a few other "obscure places"


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ on August 20, 2007, 02:34:29 am
Here are some obscure ones for me:

Hinsdale, CO
Lewis, NY
Hamilton, NY
Wayne, NY
Mono, CA


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Gabu on August 20, 2007, 02:48:27 am
Grant County, WA is the most obscure one I can think of.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Padfoot on August 20, 2007, 03:18:09 am
Powder River, MT

My great aunt and uncle have a cattle ranch there.  I've been there at least 10 times.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: AkSaber on August 20, 2007, 03:25:00 am
Probably the rural boroughs between Anchorage and Fairbanks.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Alcon on August 20, 2007, 08:41:44 am
anyone else been to Big Horn County, MT?

Got that one.  It's on I-90.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: DownWithTheLeft on August 20, 2007, 09:07:49 am
Lemme guess... Shasta, Butte

I've been to Shasta.


I haven't been to Salem County, and there's no other county in NJ so out of the way that none of you would have been to it. Maybe Somerset or Franklin County, Maine?

I bet between you and all the other NJ posters every county in NJ has been visited.
I personally have been to everyone

But here's a few that are more obscure:

Essex, NY and Addison, VT


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Nym90 on August 20, 2007, 09:19:56 am
Probably Keweenaw, MI


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Nym90 on August 20, 2007, 09:23:26 am
I went to summer camp one year in Vilas, WI. Very remote and obscure.

I've been there many times, as it's not far from where I live.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Filuwaúrdjan on August 20, 2007, 09:29:35 am
Wouldn't have thought so. I suspect I've been to some that no one here who isn't British has been to though.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Verily on August 20, 2007, 12:01:59 pm
Here are some obscure ones for me:

Hinsdale, CO
Lewis, NY
Hamilton, NY
Wayne, NY
Mono, CA

I've been to Hamilton and Wayne, NY.

Still no one for Somerset, ME or Franklin, ME? Piscataquis, ME, too, but I imagine someone has been to Katahdin.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Tender Branson on August 20, 2007, 12:25:26 pm
I dont think many on here have visited Austrian counties ...


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: True Federalist on August 20, 2007, 02:30:35 pm
Probably Keweenaw, MI

Haven't been there, but I forgot to mention Montmorency County, Michigan.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Jake on August 20, 2007, 03:00:56 pm
Sullivan County, PA is the only one I could think of. World's End State Park is literally the only reason someone not from the area would go there as there's no highway passing through or any shortcuts.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Mesu on August 20, 2007, 03:42:37 pm
No one here has any reason to go to Sheridan County Nebraska I would think.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 20, 2007, 03:44:01 pm

Still no one for Somerset, ME or Franklin, ME? Piscataquis, ME, too, but I imagine someone has been to Katahdin.

I often took weekend trips in the 80s to ME, including Somerset and Franklin.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 20, 2007, 03:51:40 pm
No one here has any reason to go to Sheridan County Nebraska I would think.

I haven't been through there, but I have been in six NE counties further west: Dawes, Box Butte, Sioux, Scotts Bluff, Banner and Kimball. Kimball's on I-80, but I've used NE 71 and US 385 to go up to Hot Springs, SD.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: YRABNNRM on August 20, 2007, 07:15:22 pm
Piscataquis, ME, too, but I imagine someone has been to Katahdin.

Been there but not for Katahdin.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: CPT MikeyMike on August 20, 2007, 08:00:51 pm
Still no one for Somerset, ME or Franklin, ME? Piscataquis, ME, too, but I imagine someone has been to Katahdin.

I've been to all three in Maine.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Boris on August 20, 2007, 08:53:38 pm
Anyone here been to Van Wert county, Ohio? I'm pretty sure I drive through that county to visit relatives every so often.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: memphis on August 20, 2007, 10:00:39 pm
I went to summer camp one year in Vilas, WI. Very remote and obscure.

I've been there many times, as it's not far from where I live.

Ok, I'll try again. Let's go for Lake, TN. Also, anybody been to Lake, CA? I once visited a friend who lives there and it was really out of the way considering how close it was to major population centers.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 20, 2007, 11:37:13 pm
Anyone here been to Van Wert county, Ohio? I'm pretty sure I drive through that county to visit relatives every so often.

I like US 30 as alternative route from Columbus to Chicago. So it's on my list, too.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Verily on August 20, 2007, 11:52:34 pm
I thought of another two: Park and Carbon Counties, MT. Carbon County is less likely as it lies between Yellowstone and Billings, but I think Park County is a good chance. Gallatin County, too, for that matter.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: CultureKing on August 21, 2007, 12:31:29 am
I thought of another two: Park and Carbon Counties, MT. Carbon County is less likely as it lies between Yellowstone and Billings, but I think Park County is a good chance. Gallatin County, too, for that matter.

I've been to both. ;)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: DownWithTheLeft on August 21, 2007, 08:20:52 am
Anyone here for Essex, NY or Addison, VT?  I think Addison, VT is much less likely given the lack of VT and upstate NY posters and small size


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Nym90 on August 21, 2007, 08:22:35 am
Probably Keweenaw, MI

Haven't been there, but I forgot to mention Montmorency County, Michigan.

I've been to Montmorency. Nice area.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: DWPerry on August 21, 2007, 12:07:57 pm
Cherokee County, AL


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ on August 21, 2007, 12:22:42 pm
From before:
Lewis, NY
Mono, CA
Hinsdale, CO

Some more possibilities I thought of:
Nantucket, MA
Lincoln, ME
Schuyler, NY
Bradford, PA
Warren, PA
Jackson, CO
Alamaso, CO



Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: HappyWarrior on August 21, 2007, 12:29:39 pm
From before:
Lewis, NY
Mono, CA
Hinsdale, CO

Some more possibilities I thought of:
Nantucket, MA
Lincoln, ME
Schuyler, NY
Bradford, PA
Warren, PA
Jackson, CO
Alamaso, CO



I've been to Bradford and Warren.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: CPT MikeyMike on August 21, 2007, 12:30:43 pm
From before:
Lewis, NY
Mono, CA
Hinsdale, CO

Some more possibilities I thought of:
Nantucket, MA
Lincoln, ME
Schuyler, NY
Bradford, PA
Warren, PA
Jackson, CO
Alamaso, CO


See the one's I crossed out. I've been to all of those.

1. Lived in MA for 22 years (been everywhere to include Nantucket).
2. I vactationed everywhere in Maine and I've visited Boothbay Harbor a few times - my wife has family there.
3. Lived in CO for almpst 4 years and I went camping and hicking in all those counties.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Jake on August 21, 2007, 01:03:33 pm
Anyone here for Essex, NY or Addison, VT?  I think Addison, VT is much less likely given the lack of VT and upstate NY posters and small size

I've driven through Addison, VT.

And I've been to Bradford, PA.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Compassion Fills the Void on August 21, 2007, 01:39:42 pm
Sullivan County, PA is the only one I could think of. World's End State Park is literally the only reason someone not from the area would go there as there's no highway passing through or any shortcuts.

I looked on a map, and you might if you were taking highway 220 from Central PA to Sayre or Elmira, NY. Or any of the major cities in upstate NY.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Jake on August 21, 2007, 02:41:00 pm
I looked on a map, and you might if you were taking highway 220 from Central PA to Sayre or Elmira, NY. Or any of the major cities in upstate NY.

US-220 to Sayre is the only reason I'd drive the road from Central PA. Syracuse is better reached using I-80 to I-81 and Rochester is better reached by I-80 to I-180 to US-15 to I-86 to I-390. Binghamton is similarly better reached using I-80 to I-81. Elmira is also quicker reached using the I-180 to US-15 route.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: 2,868,691 on August 21, 2007, 02:44:12 pm
Tallahatchie
Sunflower
Humphreys


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: bgwah on August 21, 2007, 02:52:05 pm
Not sure what counties CultureKing has been to, but here are some possibilities for me:

Powell, MT
Lewis and Clark, MT
Flathead, MT
Lake, MT
Cascade, MT
Meagher, MT
Nez Perce, ID
Latah, ID
Yakima, WA
Chelan, WA
Whitman, WA
Klickitat, WA

I know I went on vacation with my family once to somewhere in NE Oregon (from Spokane) but I don't really remember where. It is also possible I went to the Tri-Cities when I was young. I could be missing the Northeastern-most counties in WA and maybe a couple in Montana, as well.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: DownWithTheLeft on August 22, 2007, 10:22:06 am
I'm throwing Essex, NY out there again and possibly Warren, NY


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ on August 22, 2007, 12:00:12 pm
No one ruled out these:

Lewis, NY
Mono, CA
Hinsdale, CO
Schuyler, NY

Here's some more tries:
Allengany, NY and others near it
Ulster, NY
Chenango, NY

Some counties near and including Clayton, IA and Crawford, WI



Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Alcon on August 22, 2007, 12:10:38 pm
Flathead, MT

Been to, and spent the night in.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Cubby on August 22, 2007, 12:35:23 pm
I'm throwing Essex, NY out there again and possibly Warren, NY

I drove through Essex and Warren (and Clinton) when I went to Montreal a few years ago. Its a very remote area by regional standards. Its the only time in my life I ever used cruise control on my car.

Anybody been to:

Herkimer County, NY
Androscoggin, Maine
Ocean, NJ
Sussex, DE
Wicomio and Worcester, MD
Accomack and Northampton, VA
New Hanover, NC
Beaufort, SC
Monroe, FL

As you can see, I rarely leave the East Coast. I've only been west of the Appalachians 3 times.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ on August 22, 2007, 12:52:15 pm
Anybody been to:

Herkimer County, NY

Yes


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Undisguised Sockpuppet on August 22, 2007, 03:17:59 pm
Anybody been to:

Herkimer County, NY

Yes
Yes


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sensei on August 22, 2007, 03:36:23 pm
I'm throwing Essex, NY out there again and possibly Warren, NY

I drove through Essex and Warren (and Clinton) when I went to Montreal a few years ago. Its a very remote area by regional standards. Its the only time in my life I ever used cruise control on my car.

Anybody been to:

Herkimer County, NY
Androscoggin, Maine
Ocean, NJ
Sussex, DE
Wicomio and Worcester, MD
Accomack and Northampton, VA
New Hanover, NC
Beaufort, SC
Monroe, FL

As you can see, I rarely leave the East Coast. I've only been west of the Appalachians 3 times.

Monroe, many times


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Cubby on August 22, 2007, 04:20:29 pm
Monroe, many times

I liked that 7 mile bridge at Marathon Key. Its a shame it was so cold when I went (like 50 Degrees, which is practically unheard of down there)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: nclib on August 22, 2007, 04:41:09 pm
Hinsdale, CO

Possibly--I've been to several counties that border it, though I'm not sure which route I took.

New Hanover, NC

Spent about a month there.

Has anyone been to Avery, NC?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Jake on August 22, 2007, 04:55:27 pm
Sussex, DE
Wicomio and Worcester, MD
Accomack and Northampton, VA

I've been to these


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 22, 2007, 06:21:16 pm
No one ruled out these:

Lewis, NY
Mono, CA
Hinsdale, CO
Schuyler, NY

Here's some more tries:
Allengany, NY and others near it
Ulster, NY
Chenango, NY

Some counties near and including Clayton, IA and Crawford, WI



I've picked up Schuyler. Allegany, Chenango, Ulster and most of southern NY by travelling along I-86, the Finger Lakes, and Catskills.

I've been to counties in and around Clayton IA, traveling along both sides of the upper Mississippi.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on August 22, 2007, 06:28:35 pm
Ocean, NJ
Sussex, DE
Wicomico and Worcester, MD
Accomack and Northampton, VA
Beaufort, SC


Yes to the above. I've vacationed in Rehoboth Beach, DE and Hilton Head, SC.

I've still not heard any responses to Stark or Randolph, IL.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Bacon! 🔥 on August 22, 2007, 09:40:45 pm
In Georgia, I'll list Baldwin, Ben Hill, Burke, Colquitt, Dougherty, Glascock, Hancock, Irwin, Jefferson, Johnson, Putnam, Telfair, Worth (and possibly Screven save for those old enough to have traveled before I-95).

Baldwin- I've been to Millidgeville several times.
Dougherty- I went to Albany once when I was young, I think.
Johnson- I've got an uncle in Wrightsville.
Putnam- I travel through whenever I go to my grandparents.
Telfair- I've got cousins in McRae. In addition, we pass through Telfair on the route my family usually takes to the beach.

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I've been to every South Carolina county, but I'll only list Saluda, since that's the one I consider least likely for people to have visited, as it's off the Interstate and has nothing touristy there.

I've passed through once, taking US 378 to Colombia.

Ive been to all of the counties in Florida.  There has to be one that nobody's been to, maybe Alachua?

I actually just got home from a trip to Gainesville.


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I don't know where all in the state Clay and Dibble have travelled, but I'll guess Gilmer, Murray, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Walton and Wheeler.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: DanielX on August 22, 2007, 09:42:08 pm
Only ones I can think of that relatively few other forumites have been to; mostly these are 'go-through-on-car-trips' counties:

DeSoto, FL (although I bet StatesRights has been there)
Hardee, FL (probably there too)
Putnam, FL
Allegheny, MD (although one or more of the Maryland forumites probably came; I've been to Cumberland)
Hampton, SC (on an I-95 traffic detour)
Orange, VA
Possbily Pittsylvania or Page, VA  (although anyone using US-29 south of Lynchburg would hit Pittsylvania and Luray Caverns is in Page).
Custer, SD (some people who've been to Mt. Rushmore have been there, but the border is just south of Mt. Rushmore itself and most people come there from the north. If you've been to Wind Cave, the town of Custer, or a couple of other attractions though, you've been there).


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sensei on August 22, 2007, 09:52:22 pm
Been to DeSoto and Hardee


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Special K on September 18, 2007, 09:37:26 am
I don't know where all in the state Clay and Dibble have travelled, but I'll guess Gilmer, Murray, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Walton and Wheeler.

You got Gilmer and Walton right for me.  :)

The counties I've been to that no one else has....Fannin, maybe?

Or even my current home, Dawson County.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Bacon! 🔥 on September 18, 2007, 11:13:54 am
I don't know where all in the state Clay and Dibble have travelled, but I'll guess Gilmer, Murray, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Walton and Wheeler.

You got Gilmer and Walton right for me.  :)

The counties I've been to that no one else has....Fannin, maybe?

Or even my current home, Dawson County.

I've driven through Dawson on GA 53, driving up to Elijay.

I think I've never been to Fannin. Not sure.

Have you ever been to Barrow County, Clay? I've always been curious as to what my hometown is like from the perspective of an outsider.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Verily on September 18, 2007, 11:18:48 am
I'm throwing Essex, NY out there again and possibly Warren, NY

I drove through Essex and Warren (and Clinton) when I went to Montreal a few years ago. Its a very remote area by regional standards. Its the only time in my life I ever used cruise control on my car.

Anybody been to:

Herkimer County, NY
Androscoggin, Maine
Ocean, NJ
Sussex, DE
Wicomio and Worcester, MD
Accomack and Northampton, VA
New Hanover, NC
Beaufort, SC
Monroe, FL

As you can see, I rarely leave the East Coast. I've only been west of the Appalachians 3 times.

I've been to Beaufort, Ocean, Androscoggin (white-water rafting!) and Sussex.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Special K on September 18, 2007, 12:48:02 pm
I've driven through Dawson on GA 53, driving up to Elijay.

I think I've never been to Fannin. Not sure.

Have you ever been to Barrow County, Clay? I've always been curious as to what my hometown is like from the perspective of an outsider.

What was your impression of Dawson?  There's not a whole lot here.

Yep, I've been to Winder many times actually.  My sister and brother-in-law used to live there and I'd visit a lot.  I thought it was a nice enough place.  It's been a few years now, but I remember thinking that it seemed like a really small but cool city.  And driving through downtown Winder (I think it was downtown anyway...).  There were a bunch of businesses and restaurants and stuff right off the street and not adequate parking.  But there was this one sandwich and bar type place that was really good.

I also go to Monroe a lot, which I think is like right next to Winder, isn't it?  I'm really not sure, but I know it's pretty close anyway.  And it's real close to Athens too.  But my sister lives there now, as well as my grandparents, so I go quite often.

BTW, Fannin Co is where Blue Ridge is.  It's north GA, bordering with TN.  I have another set of grandparents who live there and I'm up there all the time.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Bacon! 🔥 on September 18, 2007, 03:55:23 pm
I've driven through Dawson on GA 53, driving up to Elijay.

I think I've never been to Fannin. Not sure.

Have you ever been to Barrow County, Clay? I've always been curious as to what my hometown is like from the perspective of an outsider.

What was your impression of Dawson?  There's not a whole lot here.

Yep, I've been to Winder many times actually.  My sister and brother-in-law used to live there and I'd visit a lot.  I thought it was a nice enough place.  It's been a few years now, but I remember thinking that it seemed like a really small but cool city.  And driving through downtown Winder (I think it was downtown anyway...).  There were a bunch of businesses and restaurants and stuff right off the street and not adequate parking.  But there was this one sandwich and bar type place that was really good.

I also go to Monroe a lot, which I think is like right next to Winder, isn't it?  I'm really not sure, but I know it's pretty close anyway.  And it's real close to Athens too.  But my sister lives there now, as well as my grandparents, so I go quite often.

BTW, Fannin Co is where Blue Ridge is.  It's north GA, bordering with TN.  I have another set of grandparents who live there and I'm up there all the time.

To be honest, I don't remember much of Dawson. It was several years back and my dad decided to take a different route up to Elijay. If I recall, I was actually reading a book through the whole county.

And yeah, there's not much parking in the downtown area at all; though I've heard there's going to be a parking garage built at some point in the future. By the way- sandwich and bar type place in downtown? Loco's, maybe? I love that place.

And Monroe is only 20 minutes down GA 11. I've got several friends down there, and I had some family living there at one point.

I could be wrong, but didn't you live in Dahlonega at one point? That's a nice place.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Special K on September 19, 2007, 09:05:25 am
To be honest, I don't remember much of Dawson. It was several years back and my dad decided to take a different route up to Elijay. If I recall, I was actually reading a book through the whole county.

And yeah, there's not much parking in the downtown area at all; though I've heard there's going to be a parking garage built at some point in the future. By the way- sandwich and bar type place in downtown? Loco's, maybe? I love that place.

And Monroe is only 20 minutes down GA 11. I've got several friends down there, and I had some family living there at one point.

I could be wrong, but didn't you live in Dahlonega at one point? That's a nice place.

Loco's, that was it.

No, I've never lived in Dahlonega, but it's real close to me.  I used to live in Snellville...all my life really until just a couple years ago...in Gwinnett County.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Franzl on February 09, 2011, 08:04:27 am
BUMP. This seemed interesting.

How about Cherry County, Nebraska?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Gustaf on February 09, 2011, 08:27:41 am
Lots of places in Sweden, obviously ;) (anything Johan hasn't visited). Has anyone else been to Mauritius, Curacao, Bonair, Marsa Alam or Chengdu?

Has any of the British posters been to, say, Reading? I'm guessing some of the Germans must have been to Mnster and Dsseldorf.

What else? Helsinki, Bratislava and Split are places a bit off-ish in countries from which we don't have posters. Riga is another such place.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Franzl on February 09, 2011, 08:40:20 am
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Lots of places in Sweden, obviously ;) (anything Johan hasn't visited). Has anyone else been to Mauritius, Curacao, Bonair, Marsa Alam or Chengdu?

Never been to Sweden, unfortunately :)

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I'm guessing some of the Germans must have been to Mnster and Dsseldorf.

More times than I count.

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What else? Helsinki, Bratislava and Split are places a bit off-ish in countries from which we don't have posters. Riga is another such place.

Been to Bratislava a couple of times. None of the others though.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Gustaf on February 09, 2011, 12:14:48 pm
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Lots of places in Sweden, obviously ;) (anything Johan hasn't visited). Has anyone else been to Mauritius, Curacao, Bonair, Marsa Alam or Chengdu?

Never been to Sweden, unfortunately :)

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I'm guessing some of the Germans must have been to Mnster and Dsseldorf.

More times than I count.

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What else? Helsinki, Bratislava and Split are places a bit off-ish in countries from which we don't have posters. Riga is another such place.

Been to Bratislava a couple of times. None of the others though.


You should visit and become the second Atlasian to meet me. ;)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Gustaf on February 09, 2011, 12:17:19 pm
Ok, so here's the list so far. I will try and maintain it and may even add places suggested by others...

Lots of places in Sweden, obviously
Mauritius,
Curacao,
Bonair,
Marsa Alam
Chengdu?

Helsinki,
Split
Riga

Tarikere Taluk

Nantlle Valley


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Filuwaúrdjan on February 09, 2011, 12:27:52 pm
Long time ago, but I've been to Reading. More the point a (sadly I guess we must say former) poster used to live there.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: minionofmidas - supplemental forum account on February 09, 2011, 12:49:20 pm
I would hope that noone here besides me has vactioned in Tarikere Taluk (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarikere).


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Gustaf on February 09, 2011, 01:05:55 pm
Long time ago, but I've been to Reading. More the point a (sadly I guess we must say former) poster used to live there.

Really? Who?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Filuwaúrdjan on February 09, 2011, 01:11:36 pm
Not a county, but has anyone else here ever been to the Nantlle Valley?

Long time ago, but I've been to Reading. More the point a (sadly I guess we must say former) poster used to live there.

Really? Who?

Peter, though I don't think for all that long.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Gustaf on February 09, 2011, 01:19:10 pm
Not a county, but has anyone else here ever been to the Nantlle Valley?

Long time ago, but I've been to Reading. More the point a (sadly I guess we must say former) poster used to live there.

Really? Who?

Peter, though I don't think for all that long.

Right, I should have realized that you must have been referring to him.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Vice President PiT on February 09, 2011, 01:28:24 pm
     Don't think there are any. I was going to say part of the stretch of counties between San Francisco & Pollock Pines, but then I remembered that Xahar has also been that way.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Alt-Grumps on February 09, 2011, 01:42:23 pm
Cumberland Co., TN (unless memphis was there)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: minionofmidas - supplemental forum account on February 09, 2011, 01:46:30 pm
Not a county, but has anyone else here ever been to the Nantlle Valley?

Technically yes, but that was before you and I were born.

Seriously.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Brittain33 on February 09, 2011, 01:58:49 pm
Washington County, Texas
Grimes County, Texas (maybe you've driven through, but have you stopped?)
Republic County, Kansas



Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Alt-Grumps on February 09, 2011, 02:17:51 pm
Washington County, Texas
Grimes County, Texas (maybe you've driven through, but have you stopped?)
Republic County, Kansas



Wow, I feel bad for you.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Brittain33 on February 09, 2011, 02:20:52 pm
Washington County, Texas
Grimes County, Texas (maybe you've driven through, but have you stopped?)
Republic County, Kansas



Wow, I feel bad for you.

Two weddings.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Alt-Grumps on February 09, 2011, 02:22:43 pm
Washington County, Texas
Grimes County, Texas (maybe you've driven through, but have you stopped?)
Republic County, Kansas



Wow, I feel bad for you.

Two weddings.

Ugh.....even worse.  Better you than us :)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Shilly on February 09, 2011, 03:12:09 pm
Strictly speaking not a county, but,  this place (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shatura).


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Scott Inman (D) OK Gov 2018 on February 09, 2011, 03:19:11 pm
Except for maybe OKUSA, Mechaman, and maybe CPT MikeyMike when he was stationed at Ft Sill (Lawton, Oklahoma), I've been to Cimarron, Texas, and Beaver Counties in Oklahoma (aka the Oklahoma Panhandle) as well as Harper County, Oklahoma (Buffalo, Laverne which is the county adjacent to the Oklahoma Panhandle).  Possibly Union County, New Mexico may count, too (the Northeastern most county in New Mexico between I-25 to the Oklahoma Panhandle)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Hash on February 09, 2011, 03:31:29 pm
US counties I've been to which others may not:
Lamoille, VT
Franklin, VT
Washington, VT
Jefferson, NY
Essex, NY
Warren, NY

Places in Canada:
Rawdon, QC and a bunch of small towns nearby such as St. Donat, Ste. Emilie de l'Energie, St. Felix de Valois etc
Montmagny, QC
St. Jean-Port Joli, QC

Random places in France:
Crozon
Landudec
Ploufragan
canton of Maure de Bretagne

And presumably a few places in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Filuwaúrdjan on February 09, 2011, 03:33:14 pm
Not a county, but has anyone else here ever been to the Nantlle Valley?

Technically yes, but that was before you and I were born.

Seriously.

I like than answer and think it wins the thread. Or loses it. Either way, you know.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: patrick1 on February 09, 2011, 03:58:35 pm
US counties I've been to which others may not:
Franklin, VT
Jefferson, NY
Essex, NY


Ive been to those. 

Anyone else been to Greenland?


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Хahar 🤔 on February 09, 2011, 09:00:12 pm
     Don't think there are any. I was going to say part of the stretch of counties between San Francisco & Pollock Pines, but then I remembered that Xahar has also been that way.

Indeed I have. Pretty country. I don't know whether I've been anywhere in the United States that nobody else has been to; I've been to some remote counties in eastern Idaho, but they're on the road from Salt Lake City to Yellowstone. Abroad, I don't think anyone else has been to Dhaka, though Lewis might have. Presumably others have been to Singapore; certainly others have been to Hong Kong and Bangkok.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sam Spade on February 09, 2011, 09:22:26 pm
Washington County, Texas

I've been to Brenham before.  Many times.  Including the Blue Bell factory...  :)  Not to mention Washington-on-the-Brazos.

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Grimes County, Texas (maybe you've driven through, but have you stopped?)

Been there to look at possibly buying a piece of property.  :)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: JohnnyLongtorso on February 09, 2011, 09:34:46 pm
Looks like the Eastern Shore was covered a ways back, so I'll list a few places in Virginia:

Charles City County
Gloucester County
Isle of Wight County
Southampton County
Surry County
Sussex County

I'll also throw out Carroll County, Maryland, and Catawba County, North Carolina, since there's very little reason to go to either.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Sam Spade on February 09, 2011, 09:47:15 pm
My family has a place in Gillespie County, TX - have to assume someone's been there and surrounding environs..  Let's try some weirder ones...

Union Parish, LA
Sabine Parish, LA
LaSalle Parish, LA (infamous)
(insert northern LA parish - and I don't mean driving through with these either)

Grant, NM
Catron, NM
Hidalgo, NM
(insert southern NM county - and I don't mean driving through either)

I've been to almost all counties in west Texas/Big Bend south and west of Midland/Odessa - let's try Culberson County and Brewster County (who's been to Big Bend). 

My east Texas list is pretty impressive too, but I haven't been everyplace.  Chambers County is a bit of an oddity.  How about Shelby County.  Once again, none of this is "driving through".


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Lunar on February 09, 2011, 10:18:58 pm
Have other people been to Northeastern California?  I grew up in Nevada County, but I've been everywhere within a two county radius of there, I think.

And international doesn't count folks!  I'm sure I've been to regions of Indonesia none of y'all have been to, as well as possibly the nation of Liechtenstein. 


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: muon2 on February 10, 2011, 01:11:24 pm
Have other people been to Northeastern California?  I grew up in Nevada County, but I've been everywhere within a two county radius of there, I think.

And international doesn't count folks!  I'm sure I've been to regions of Indonesia none of y'all have been to, as well as possibly the nation of Liechtenstein. 

I actually spent part of my honeymoon in Liechtenstein.

I posted two IL counties before, that never got a hit from another poster, so since the thread is renewed I'll go again.

Stark, IL
Randolph, IL

Here's a few other other less traveled counties from the Midwest that I visited last year.

Henry, IA
Jefferson, IA
Van Buren, IA
Scotland, MO
Schuyler, MO
Adair, MO
Sullivan, MO
Grundy, MO



Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Franzl on February 10, 2011, 01:18:42 pm
Randolph, IL

Know I've been there.

Going up on Illinois 3 from Cairo back to Alton. Stopped in Chester along the way.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Brittain33 on February 10, 2011, 02:05:09 pm
US counties I've been to which others may not:
Washington, VT

I stopped in Montpelier once on the way to or from Montreal for lunch. It was a mistake.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: tmthforu94 on February 10, 2011, 04:11:43 pm
Have other people been to Northeastern California?  I grew up in Nevada County, but I've been everywhere within a two county radius of there, I think.

And international doesn't count folks!  I'm sure I've been to regions of Indonesia none of y'all have been to, as well as possibly the nation of Liechtenstein. 

I actually spent part of my honeymoon in Liechtenstein.

I posted two IL counties before, that never got a hit from another poster, so since the thread is renewed I'll go again.

Stark, IL


I have relatives who live in Bradford, population probably around 1000. It's a small world! :P


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: SvenssonRS on February 10, 2011, 04:19:06 pm
Wyoming. Just Wyoming. :P


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Franzl on February 10, 2011, 04:49:01 pm
Wyoming. Just Wyoming. :P

I've been to Wyoming. You lose :)


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Хahar 🤔 on February 10, 2011, 04:58:11 pm
Wyoming. Just Wyoming. :P

I'm pretty sure a bunch of people have been to Wyoming (me included).


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: SvenssonRS on February 10, 2011, 05:04:15 pm
Wyoming. Just Wyoming. :P

I'm pretty sure a bunch of people have been to Wyoming (me included).

Smell the lovely scent of sarcasm, my man. :P


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: memphis on February 10, 2011, 05:58:32 pm
Have other people been to Northeastern California?  

I've been to Tahoe. So Placer and El Dorado are out.

Cumberland Co., TN (unless memphis was there)

Been through on I-40 a million times. 40 to 81 is how I get to the east coast. Can't say I've ever done more than MAYBE get gas there.


How about Cherry County, Nebraska?

I've been through on US-83. That is one empty part of the country. Nothing but sand hills.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Mexino Vote on February 12, 2011, 05:17:53 pm
Beaver county, OK
Texas county, OK
Jackson county, OK

beaver and texas = family
jackson = college trip

Dubuque county, IA (Emmaus Bible college ; my friend goes here)
Polk county, IA (Des Moines ; Vilsack rally)


Pennington county, SD (lived here for 2 years)

edit: dang it haha BushOkie went to beaver and texas counties too...


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ on February 12, 2011, 05:28:20 pm
Some earlier ones that weren't ruled out.
Lewis, NY
Mono, CA
Hinsdale, CO
Crawford, WI


Others:

Yates, NY
Coos, NH


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: ○∙◄☻tπ[╪AV┼cV└ on February 12, 2011, 05:34:13 pm
US counties I've been to which others may not:
Jefferson, NY
Warren, NY

Been to those


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: 2,868,691 on February 12, 2011, 06:00:14 pm
Someone needs to compile a master list of claims and then we can see how many of these there really are.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: RI on February 12, 2011, 06:01:08 pm
Has anyone been to Kalawao County, Hawaii? (I haven't :( ) I find that place fascinating, though. Moreover, it seems like this county won't be around forever; when the people die off, it will most likely become part of Maui County.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Brittain33 on February 12, 2011, 06:54:25 pm
Some earlier ones that weren't ruled out.

Coos, NH

Been there.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Torie on February 12, 2011, 08:35:14 pm
Jackson County, KY.


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: nclib on February 12, 2011, 08:35:42 pm
In NC:

Avery
Stokes
Tyrrell
Dare
Brunswick
Edgecombe
Martin
Washington

Perhaps these in eastern Kentucky:

Bell
Knox
Laurel
Rockcastle
Madison
Scott
Grant


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Its Evolution Baby on February 13, 2011, 10:42:05 pm
Latah County, Idaho anybody?

xD


Title: Re: Counties you have been to that no other Atlasian has
Post by: Franzl on February 14, 2011, 08:12:55 am
Jackson County, KY.

I've been so close to it.....but never actually been in it :)