Ford Maverick Forum banner
1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
24 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I'm interested to see how many people from all over the country claim this forum as their region. Watching the local news growing up the Tri-State area was where MO, IL, & IA met. Then I moved to Louisville and was surprised to learn that the kids in my new school thought the tri-state area was KY, IN, & OH. It was soon after that I discovered every place with 3 state borders nearby is "the tri states" Here's to the many future Maverick owners that call their own tri state areas home!
 

·
Registered
2017 Escape, 2017 Ram 1500
Joined
·
121 Posts
LOL! It's funny to be grouped with the states we are, as here in western NY, we're hundreds of miles away from those states; and honestly, we don't often associate ourselves with downstate; we're a very different culture and people. We're very different in many ways. Western NY isn't very much urban, unless you're in one of the major cites here, Buffalo or Rochester; otherwise we're suburban or rural, as in living in what would be considered farm country. Just minute away from Lake Erie, we have rolling hills, woodlands, creeks, vineyards, and cornfields within a short drive away, if not out your back door. In half an hour or less you can see pastures with horses or cows, tractors, orchards; or in the winter, be in the heart of ski country. The people here are also very friendly and willing to help in times of need or when we get one of those news making storms, too. If it weren't for the high taxes and poor economic outlook, it wouldn't be a bad place to live.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
24 Posts
Technically NY, NJ,CT has no physical tri-point to be a real Tri-State, funny. My Tri-State is PA, NY, NJ
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top