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Hi, I'm David. I discovered WikiTravel in late May 2006.
I work mainly on the New England region... but find myself easily distracted to far off locales.
Many of my vacations have been spent cruising, usually to the Caribbean. I've also been to California, Florida, Alaska and Hawaii. I think my favorite vacation was to San Francisco, Napa Valley, Yosemite and Monterey/Carmel over a couple weeks. I'd go back to any of those 4 locations again. But then the Grand Canyon beckons. . .
I am a docent for Massachusetts. Please contact me by email with any questions by using the "E-mail this user" link to the left in the toolbox. Include "Wikitravel" in the subject line.
- Traveling is about the journey, not just the destinations. Each little place has a secret.
- Thanks for the suggestion on furniture stores. That is one of several items that may require some editing/discussion. Two points: 1) Antique stores are a retail destination for vistors/tourists in the south and midwest (ie, Brown County, Indiana); and 2) Atlanta is a destination for shopping in the southeast (Phipps Plaza, Lenox Square, Merchandise Mart, etc.). Decatur's "new" furniture stores are somewhat unique. Contemporary loft furnishings (and Asian to a lesser extent) are less likely to be available in smaller metro areas - at least in the South. If you these are marginal entries, let me know and we can edit them. A few of these entries are arguably more beneficial to "new residents" rather than "tourists". Thanks. --Baxterguy 13:19, 3 October 2007 (EDT)