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Old 08-31-2017, 02:08 PM
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To travel or not to travel

Way back in issue 5 of OutdoorX4 Magazine overland columnist, Jonathan Hanson, wrote an intriguing editorial on traveling abroad versus traveling in the U.S. Take a look from the link below and post up your thoughts about traveling here versus abroad:

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There's so much to see and do in this country, with an amazing diversity of cultures, I don't think I can possibly take it all in in just one lifetime.
Once I've seen it all and done it all in the USA, I might be interested in vacationing in another country.

I've been in other countries for work and pleasure, but I prefer it here.

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In addition to nature and offroad, I also love old architecture, so I love to travel abroad. I have a long bucket list of places to see, domestically and internationally. I'm slowly checking those things off the list, but it's a long list. I've been fortunate in that my parents took me to a lot of places in the US and now that my kids are old enough to remember trips, we're gonna be seeing a lot more of the US. I haven't offroaded in other countries (unless you count Mexico) and that's on the bucket list as well.
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Personally prefer to travel abroad and meet new people and experience other cultures. I'm going to travel the world while I have the energy to do it. Then focus more at home. Traveling abroad is what my family calls a "working vacation." Were there to see what we want to see and enjoy. Very seldom do we get out on a beach unless were in the Caribbean or some place like that.

Been to more places outside the US than in it.

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