1. So much natural wonder 2. Crater Lake national park 3. No sales tax 4. The flag is unique among state flags because it is not mirrored on the back side 5. Top 10 states for average annual job growth 6. Not a lot of people there compared to other states 7. Ranked #1 in infrastructure 8. Great wine is made here 9. Has a coast 10. Has the smallest park in the world 11. The proven home of the Simpsons is in Springfield, Oregon 12. Hell’s Canyon 13. Holds a historical place in the USA because of the Oregon Trail which led to Oregon
10. Missouri 9. Wyoming 8. Nebraska 7. Michigan 6. Iowa 5. North Dakota 4. South Dakota 3. Upstate New York 2. Montana 1. Colorado
Reason for Colorado:
1. Beautiful scenery 2. White water rafting 3. Alpine Slides 4. Snow! snow! snow! 5. Cold snowy winters - warm summers. (Amazing temperature spring and falls!) 6. A rural state in most places; Denver having a decent population 7. Garden of the Gods 8. Royal Gorge 9. The wildlife is beautiful - animals are everywhere 10. You can actually see the stars - no light around in rural areas. 11. MOUNTAINS! 12. Pikes Peak 13. Low sales tax 14. Hiking up mountains
As someone who has actually traveled across most of America, I think my opinion is held at a higher regard
1. Northern Coastal California 2. New York City 3. Florida 4. New England 5. The South
San Francisco is one of the most geographically gifted places I've been to. It's very hilly in some areas and just flat in others. It has a beach, It's a peninsula. It seems like it could be it's own state at times. I love vacationing at this city. I only wish that I could have been here during the summer of loves and be a hippy.