ANSWERS: 18
  • Maine and Washington. There would have to be something up there much more enticing than cold to get me to go any further!
    • bostjan64
      There are a few things up there, but mostly just empty space.
    • Linda Joy
      And cold!
    • Idiot-Savant
      While serving in the Canadian Army I was sent on a winter survival exercise in Northern Manitoba. Churchill, Manitoba to be precise. It was so cold we couldn't turn off the engines in our vehicles. If we did, they would never have restarted. It's a cold, desolate and empty place but we were never short of company. Churchill has a large and thriving polar bear community and there were always two or three of them hanging around. They weren't being friendly. They were hunting us.
    • Army Veteran
      @ Idiot-Savant - there's a live camera for watching the Aurora Borealis in Churchill. See what you can do to get the airport to shut its lights off once in a while.
  • Alaska
    • bostjan64
      Alaska is a big place. Where'd you go?
    • Thinker
      I guess the furthest I was is Tok. I worked for the ADF&G one summer in Bristol Bay
    • Army Veteran
      Thinker - you got me by approximately 60 miles. Thumbs up.
  • Scotland.
    • bostjan64
      Where in Scotland?
  • Setermoen, Norway
    • bostjan64
      Wow! What's up there?
    • Archie Bunker
      Nothing. Snow and cold ass weather. Good spot for artic warfare training though.
  • Glacier National Park. One night in a tent, I think it rained.
  • Canada
  • It is Seattle, Washington, where I got off the plane and waited for a connecting flight to Japan
  • A port town on Baffin Island Canada (can't remember the name) when I was in the Navy.
  • Poland
  • Seattle WA or the border checkpoint between Montana and Canada
  • Not sure. Been to the Canadian border in the plains states. (Wyoming, I think). Been to Washington (the state, the southeastern corner of the state). Been to Vermont (southern part). Been to Niagara Falls (Canadian side). I'd guess the Canadian border in the plains is the farthest north I've been.
  • Made several trips to Yellowknife, NWT. I'm somewhat of a legend there.
  • Southern part of Alaska
  • I have been to Windsor Ontario, Canada a couple of times.
  • Norway where the sun did not set until 11 pm.
  • Canadian border at Washington state and Montana for me.
  • Offhand I'd say Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Starting point Phila. PA.
  • 1/9/2023, Alberta, Canada for a vacation. This was about 10 years ago. Most recently in 2021 to Seattle, Washington. I accompanied a female friend who wanted to see some relatives.

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