February License Plate Report

As Februarys go, this was a good one: Oregon, Illinois, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Alaska.

Louisiana and Alaska are good catches any time of year. Alaska was in the parking lot at up-island Cronig’s this past Tuesday.

Here’s the map as February gives way to March:

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About Susanna J. Sturgis

Susanna edits for a living, writes to survive, and has two blogs going on WordPress. "From the Seasonally Occupied Territories" is about being a year-round resident of Martha's Vineyard. "Write Through It" is about writing, editing, and how to keep going.
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2 Responses to February License Plate Report

  1. susan robinson says:

    Map helpful, thanks. Hopefully an ordinary New Mexico schmoo will get lost and end up there for your list. The probably only other option is that a haughty Los Alamos Lab employee will show up–denying as they all do that he (the top earners are mostly boys) works on destructive projects, but rather on some benign or even world-enhancing job.

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    • I like my maps. 🙂 New Mexico almost always shows up, but usually not till later in the year. I’d love to know what brings people here from the rarer states: summer residents? related to summer residents? seasonal worker? former Vineyarder who moved away? There seems to be considerable back-and-forthing between here and Colorado: sunbirds in summer, snowbirds in winter? Colorado always shows up early. Los Alamos employee would have to be very discreet: I’m pretty sure this is an anti-nuke zone. 😉
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