Anywhere in America:

If you could go anywhere in the U.S., where would you go? What would you do? Who would you share it with?

The question gets asked a lot, but we always answer the destination without any reason. Places such as Hawaii, Washington D.C. or New York are always fan favorites. But, the surrounding questions to me are more interesting. In this blog post I will share with you my answer to the questions of where I would go, what I would do, and who I would share it with. Please read and share your ‘Anywhere in America’ in the comment section below.

My ‘Anywhere in America’ is Alaska. I have never been before, but I would go in a heartbeat. I would travel to Alaska with my fiancé and maybe another couple with whom we are great friends or family.

By day, I would enjoy hiking, boating, or take a plane tour to see the many breathtaking national forests Alaska has to offer. There is such a great combination of landscapes in Alaska that include the ocean, lakes, rivers, mountains, glaciers, and wilderness to observe. I would love to see them all and experience some wildlife while I`m at it. Fishing in the early morning would be a great experience. It would also be great to see some bears or a huge moose!

In the early evening, a fresh Alaskan dinner with salmon and crab legs would be my food of choice. Of course I would enjoy a few tall, cool, ice waters as well.

Afterwards, a cozy campfire in a cabin under the northern lights would be ideal for the majority of the nights during our stay.

P.S. I will definitely be wearing some USA Made clothing from All American Clothing Co. during my trip so I can have some photos to feature on my next blog about Alaska (which will be after i go there!).

I am so ready to go to my ‘Anywhere in America!’

Are you?

Logan

All American Clothing Co.

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2 Comments

  1. There are so many wonderful things to see and do in America. One at the top of my list is the Crazy Horse Memorial. Just seeing this great work in progress would be awe inspiring. However, the icing on the cake would be to ride up there on an American made motorcycle wearing American made clothing.

  2. well if u could cut the cost of shipping on items costing 10 to maybe 20 $ and put t-shirts, ect. in a heavy duty sealed bag so they could fit in the mailbox. instead of your pretty box. ( btw i use to leave a box on the shop table near the time clock so people could see ur mini bill board) i could problely go with u:)

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