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Old Posted Nov 12, 2019, 6:15 AM
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Places I've lived long enough to receive mail at, in order, including duplicates (* is duplicate - 21 unique houses/apartments, 26 moves, 6 regions):
East End, Boise, Idaho
Montavilla, Portland, Oregon (four separate houses/apartments, same area)
Gaston, Oregon
Upland, Indiana
*Gaston, Oregon
*Upland, Indiana
Caldwell, Idaho
*Upland, Indiana
West Loop, Chicago, Illinois
Rogers Park, Chicago, Illinois
*Upland, Indiana
West Lakeview, Chicago, Illinois
Minnetonka, Minnesota
Hopkins, Minnesota
Eden Prairie, Minnesota
*West Loop, Chicago, Illinois
Wrigleyville, Chicago, Illinois
Old Town, Chicago, Illinois
Gold Coast, Chicago, Illinois
Boystown, Chicago, Illinois
Ravenswood/Lincoln Square, Chicago, Illinois
River North, Chicago, Illinois
East Boston, Boston, Massachusetts
Inman Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts
*River North, Chicago, Illinois

Other places I haven't lived, but have spent at least a full week in, and most, multiple full weeks ( (F) indicates visiting family or friends there, (B) for extensive business trips):
Lynnwood (Seattle), Washington (F)
Redmond, Washington (B)
Middleton, Idaho (F)
Clearspring, Maryland (F)
St Louis, Missouri (F)
Doral (Miami), Florida (B)
Moorpark (Los Angeles), California (F)
Menlo Park (San Francisco), California (B)
Sunnyvale (San Jose), California (B)
Inwood, Manhattan, New York, New York (F)
Mission Valley, San Diego, California
Tillamook, Oregon
Fe√ły, Haugesund, Norway (F)
15th Arr., Paris, France
Jing'an, Shanghai, China (F)
Like that catchy song "you've been everywhere, man". I've been to the North Slope, Alaska. I'm proud of that. Prudhoe Bay, Colville Delta. Oil. One day I will visit the Falkland Islands (or Malvinas) & Antarctica. Would love to visit the Kamchatka penninsula & Lake Baikal (deepest lake in world), but probably won't.
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