Between international travels, we spend a lot of time in the United States—staying with friends near Washington, DC (our former home), visiting relatives in the middle of the country, and house sitting in various places whenever a good opportunity presents itself.
When we visited
Anytime we’re not somewhere else
Washington, D.C.; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Cincinnati, Ohio; Asheville, North Carolina; Burlington, Vermont; Seattle and Olympic Peninsula, Washington State; Charleston and Beaufort, South Carolina; Glen Arbor, Michigan; St. Petersburg, Florida; Cumberland Island, Georgia; San Francisco and Northern California
Getting legally married in 2010, in a beautiful ceremony surrounded by family and friends, just a few months after Washington, DC, became one of the first places in the United States to recognize same-sex marriage
Did you know?
Between us, we’ve lived in 11 of the 50 U.S. states and visited 20 more. The states we haven’t seen yet include most of the Great Plains and Mountain West, as well as Hawaii and Alaska. (Some day!)