Quick Poll: MW Cities

I have an odd question/request. Since I’ve lived in the Mountain West, I’ve come to know the area reasonably well. I’m curious how people who aren’t out here know the area or perceive it. You all can help me out with that. Without consulting a map (or the Internet at-large) or looking at the comments, jot down in your mind the three cities that first come to your mind for: Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Utah. Don’t sweat it if you can’t think of three.

Will Truman

Will Truman is the Editor-in-Chief of Ordinary Times. He is also on Twitter.

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  1. I’m like a stereotype of an east coaster.
    Idaho: Boise, wherever it is all the celebrities live
    Montana: Butte, is there a place called Helena or something?
    Wyoming: Jackson Hole
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Park City, Zion National Park (but I’ve been there)

    • For what it’s worth, that place where the celebrities live is Sun Valley. More specifically, Blaine County. More specifically, Hailey and Ketchum (Bruce Willis lives in the former, John Kerry has a summer home in the latter). It is noteworthy as the only county in Idaho that regularly goes to the Democrats. There’s Blue Blaine County, Purple Teton (not far from Jackson Hole), and Latah Counties (which includes Moscow, where the University of Idaho is), and red everywhere else. Ada County, where Boise is, will likely turn purple. Bannock County has some mildly purplish tendencies due to the union influence.

      Butte is, in my experience, one of the first that comes to people’s mind. Mine, too. Yet it’s something like the 7th largest city in the state. Comparatively small, but it seems to be one of the places people think of when they think of Montana. Like Twin Falls and Idaho (though no one has mentioned that one yet). If you’d asked me before I moved out here, I would have guessed that Butte would have been one of the largest cities and I never would have guessed places like Great Falls and Kalispell, neither of which I had ever really heard of.

      Helena is the capital. It’s small, though it’s a cluster of town whose populations add up.

      Zion National Park is gorgeous.

      • Beyond gorgeous. The Mormons were totally onto something.

      • Butte is the original of Poisonville from Hammett’s Red Harvest.

  2. Idaho: Coeur d’Alene
    Montana: (Joe) sorry, sorry can’t help it, Missoula
    Wyoming: Cheyenne
    Utah: Salt Lake City

  3. Idaho: Boise, Cor’De’Lane (phonetic-ish spelling),
    Montana:
    Wyoming: Jackson Hole, Cheyenne,
    Utah: Salt Lake City,

    Crap.

  4. ID: Boise,

    MT: Butte, Helena,

    UT: Salt Lake City, Wendover, Provo

    WY: Cheyenne, Laramie,

    CO: Denver, Lakewood, Aurora [sorry, I know you didn’t ask about Colorado, but I just wanted to plug my home state]

    • Mine for Colorado would be Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs. When I was younger, it would have been Pueblo, because that was home to a whole bunch of mail-in companies that used to advertise on TV.

      • Honestly, other than Denver, the ones I mentioned weren’t necessarily the first three that sprang to mind, just the first three that I thought to write….if that makes any sense. Your list is probably better.

        • Oh, that was the point of the exercise. Not the best or biggest cities, just the first ones that come to mind.

          Prior to moving out here, my list for Idaho would have included Boise and Twin Falls and any other town I would have come up with. The second, third, and fourth largest cities in the state (Nampa, Idaho Falls, and Pocatello) probably wouldn’t have crossed my mind. I consider it funny how that works.

          My list for Montana would have been Helena, Billings, and probably Missoula. Which is a fair list, though before I became interested in colleges it might have included Butte instead of Missoula. Utah would have begun and ended with SLC and Wyoming with Casper and Cheyenne (possibly Laramie, once I started paying attention to college locations and such).

          My list for

          • I’m ashamed to say that when it comes to non-Colorado cities, what I include on my list has more to do with the fact that I’m embarrassingly ignorant of the other cities. Strangely (because I don’t really have a connection to that state), Utah is a partial exception, I “know” more cities there than elsewhere.

  5. Idaho: Cour d’Alene
    Montana: Billings
    Wyoming: Cheyenne
    Utah: Ogden

    All just cities I’ve driven through and stopped to eat, either along I-90 or I-15.

  6. I’m probably not a good candidate.

    Idaho: Boise, Idaho Falls, Pocatello
    Montana: Missoula, Bozeman, Livingston, Kalispell, Big Fork… I can keep going on MT.
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, Cedar City, Layton, Brigham City.
    Wyoming: Casper, Jackson… shoot. You got me.

    Casper I know, and Jackson is on the west side, but everything else I can think of along the western border is small and I don’t remember the name of the place.

  7. Idaho: Boise, Coeur d’Alene, Moscow
    Montana: Helena, Bozeman, and, um… I know about the Bitterroot Mountains!
    Wyoming: Cheyenne, Jackson Hole, Casper
    Utah: Salt Lake, Ogden, St. George, Provo, Park City, Escalante

    • Now I see other peoples’ answers and I should have remembered Missoula, MT. Colorado is populous, although the first city in it I think of is Durango. Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Lakewood, Fort Collins, and Aspen also come immediately to mind.

      • These, along with Pueblo, Grand Junction, Salida, Fairplay, and Alma, pretty much would make up my Colorado list. (Alma is a very small town in the center of “THE REPUBLIC OF COLORADO,” but I know it because my father grew up there and my grandmother lived there until the early 1990s.)

      • If Moscow isn’t the most unfortunate name for a college town I have ever heard, I don’t know what is. The jokes write themselves. Even though they don’t entirely fit, since U of I is best known for its engineering program. It’d fit (jokingly) to Missoula, though.

  8. ID: Boise, Pocatello
    MT: Butte, Helena
    WY: Cheyenne, Laramie
    UT: SLC, Provo, Ogden

    The only one I’ve ever lived in is Utah.

    • Pocatello gets an “honorable mention” on my list of cities whose names are fun to say, including:

      Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
      Ocooe, Tennessee
      Vacaville, California
      Okechobee, Florida
      Assinippi, Massachusetts
      Bemidji, Minnesota
      French Lick, Indiana
      Punxatawney, Pennsylvania
      Arapaho, Colorado
      Possum Trot, Kentucky
      Ding Dong, Texas
      Sheboygan, Wisconsin
      Kissimmee, Florida
      Talladega, Alabama
      Kickapoo, Kansas
      Winnemucca, Nevada

      But the winner is, hands-down: Walla Walla, Washington. You can’t say it without smiling, it’s so much fun to say.

        • Can I throw in King’s Contrivance, MD? Okay, not as fun to say, but just plain awesome.

      • I would throw Menomenee in there.
        Sounds like either a head injury or a vegetable.

        • They go together:
          Deck us all with Boston Charlie,
          Walla Walla, Wash., an’ Kalamazoo!
          Nora’s freezin’ on the trolley,
          Swaller dollar cauliflower alley-garoo!

          And who could forget:

          When her robe is unfurled, she will show you the world
          If you step up and tell her where
          For a dime you can see Kankakee or Paree
          Or Washington crossing the Delaware

      • Ha! Great list. Albuquerque has always been a snorter for me. But my favorite has to be:

        Spread Eagle, WI. – I imagine it was named by its second setter after it’s first settler. I wonder what the called the place before that original settler’s poor diplomacy skills undid him.

        Also, if you go south from Bishop, CA, towards the Mohave Desert, the towns you pass through are:

        Big Pine…

        Lone Pine….

        Needles…

        and fianlly, Death Valley.

        • I bet its spelled “Mojave”, huh. Also, too, typos.

  9. UT: Salt Lake, Provo, Ogden
    ID: Boise, Caldwell, Twin Falls
    WY: Casper, Jackson Hole, Laramie (the first thing that I started writing before i remembered it wasn’t a city was the Wind River area, where we used to go camping when I was a kid)
    CO: Colorado Springs, Denver, Pueblo

  10. I am not going to do well here.

    Idaho – Boise. I know I should do better than this but nothing is coming to mind.
    MT – Missoula, Helena, Bozeman
    UT – Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo (I suspect I’m either spelling this last one wrong or I’m terribly mixed up)
    Wyoming – Cheyenne, Jackson Hole

  11. Utah: Fillmore, Beaver
    Wyoming: Evanston, Rock Springs, Rawlins, Laramie, Cheyenne, Pine Bluff (all the major bathroom and fuel stops along I-80 on the way back to Iowa from Salt Lake, a trip I’ve made too many times) and Kemmerrer
    Idaho: Boise
    Montana: Billings, Bozeman

  12. Idaho,
    Boise, and I got nothing

    Montana,
    Billings, Helena, and some other one

    Wyoming,
    Cheyenne, Larimie (sp?) and that 1 person town on I-80 in the middle of both them that the guy is trying to sell.

    Utah
    SLC, Park City, Provo

    • I can’t believe I couldn’t recall at least Idaho Falls off the top of my head.

  13. Idaho: Moscow, Livingston,Coure De Laine(spelling),and the trip from the Canadian border south down the Snake, I think, to Livingston with a fellow hiker that I met somewhere on the Alcan and was very pretty.
    Montana: Butte, Missoula, Helena, and Boulder, with its institution that hires many, many smart women and has a great hot springs.
    Utah:Needles National Park Arches National Park, the badlands and then yuck.
    Wyoming:Big Piney, and the national park road that goes from Big Piney to Alpine Junction and all those hot springs,Yellowstone in the winter when there are only a few people. Then there was the trip back from Alaska where we were driving through a snowstorm and had to talk and beg a gas station to sell us gas because he wasn’t sure we could make it through Yellowstone. The only reason he did was because of the Alaska plates and we had all our winter gear with us. Out east there is Cheyene, Gillette(sp) and Thermopolis with its hot springs.
    I used to travel.

  14. Idaho: Boise, Moscow…
    Montana: Helena, Missoula…
    Wyoming: Cheyenne…uh…Brokeback Mountain?
    Utah: Salt Lake City…um…Zarahemla?

    Do any of those states actually have three cities?

  15. Keep in mind, geography was never my thing. Boise, Salt Lake City and… the other states have cities?

    • Your only real option at this point is to move to Idaho, rile up anti-Nevadan sentiment, and lead an invasion.

      Well, theoretically you could also do it from Utah, but…come on. Utah?

  16. ID:Pocatello, Boise, Coeur d’Alene

    MT: West Yellowstone, Ennis, Butte

    UT: Salt Lake City, Provo, Wendover (camped there once and am laughing that someone else picked it too!)

    WY: Jackson, Laramie, Thermopolis (never been but hubby told me stories about it)

    • Those are some interesting selections for Montana. Spent some time in the southwestern part?

      It’s interesting to me that Coeur d’Alene has gotten so many mentions. Prior to moving to the region, I’d never heard of it except for being near the neo-Nazis.

      • James and I have land in Montana between West Yellowstone and Quake Lake.

  17. Idaho: Boise, Idaho Falls, Couer d’Alene
    Wyoming: Cheyenne, Laramie, Casper
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, St. George
    Montana: Great Falls, Helena, Butte

  18. Idaho: Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint, Moscow
    Wyoming: Casper, Cheyenne, Jackson Hole
    Utah: SLC, Vernal, Helper
    Montana: Butte, Missoula, Virginia City
    Not only been to all of them, but worked in all of them.

  19. ID: Boise, Moscow, Pocatello
    MT: Helena, Missoula, Bozeman
    WY: Cheyenne, Laramie, Casper
    UT: SLC, Provo, Logan

  20. Here’s a few tougher ones. Once again, without recourse to an atlas, jot down three cities in the following states:
    Rhode Island; Delaware; West Virginia; South Dakota; Arkansas; North Dakota.

    • Besides the state capitals – I really am drawing blanks here this morning on all but North Dakota where my first thought was Fargo. I’m feeling geographically inept right now. Of course I’ve never actually been to 4 of the 5 of the states you listed. My West coast bias is showing.

    • Rhode Island: Providence, Newport
      Delaware: Wilmington, Newark, Christina
      West Virginia: Morgantown
      South Dakota: ummmm…Mt. Rushmore?
      Arkansas: Little Rock, Hot Springs, and wherever Walmart is headquartered
      North Dakota: Fargo

      Once again, my east coast is showing!

    • RI: Providence, Pawtucket, Newport
      Delaware: Wilmington, Dover, New-ark (as I understand, you get in trouble if you say it “Noork”)
      West Virginia: Charles Town, Huntington, Morgantown
      South Dakota: Pierre, Sioux Falls, Rapid City
      Arkansas: Bentonville, Little Rock, Pea Ridge
      North Dakota: Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks

    • For me the first three are cheating. As for the other three…

      SD: Pierre, Deadwood, Sioux Falls
      AR: Little Rock, Fayetteville, Bentonville
      ND: Bismarck, Grand Forks, Fargo

    • Rhode Island; Delaware; West Virginia; South Dakota; Arkansas; North Dakota.

      RI – Providence, Newport, Westerly (living in Conn for a bit two different times helps with this)
      DE – Wilmington, Newark, Dover. (driving through the turnpike helps with this)
      WV – Charleston, Morgantown, Harper’s Ferry (going to school in small w western Virginia helps with this)
      SD – Pierre (or is that Bismark?) , something, and whereever Mt Rushmore is.
      AR – Little Rock, Fayetteville, Fort Smith (I’m glad it’s spelled out here because in the sidebar I couldn’t remember for sure if AR was Arizona or Arkansas (fairly sure it wasn’t Alaska)
      North Dakota – Minot, Bismark (or is that Pierre?), and something

    • RI: Providence, Narragansett, that town we drove through when driving from Providence to Narragansett
      DE: Rehoboth, Bethany Beach, Dover
      WV: Bakersville, Charleston, Mooresville. Also, a medium-sized town where I got stranded in a snow storm one night, and a very small town where, back when we were poor and found ourselves on the toll road with not enough money to exit, when we asked for an ATM, the obviously-not-wealthy locals instead emptied the change in their pockets for our toll. When I go look at a map, I’ll remind myself of these names.
      SD: Pierre, Sioux Falls, …
      AR: Little Rock, whatever faces Memphis
      ND: Fargo, Bismarck, Elephant Butte (I know this town is somewhere, so I’ll put it in North Dakota)

    • Rhode Island: Kingston, Providence, Pawtucket, Cranston, Newport
      Delaware: Newark, Wilmington, Dover
      West Virginia: Charleston, um?
      South Dakota: Sioux City (?)
      Arkansas: Little Rock, Wal-Martville, wherever Bill Clinton and Mike Huckabee came from?
      North Dakota: Fargo, Bismarck

      To add to the challenge, name cities in New York State that isn’t New York or Buffalo or Syracuse.

    • Rhode Island: Providence, Quahog, …. [I hope Quahog (sp.?) is a real city…I used to watch a lot of Family Guy]
      Delaware: Wilmington, Dover, ….
      West Virginia: Charleston, ….
      South Dakota: Pierre, ….
      Arkansas: Hope, Little Rock, ….
      North Dakota: Bismarck, Fargo, ….

  21. Rhode Island: Providence
    Delaware: Wilmington
    West Virginia: Charleston, Huntington, and Morgantown
    South Dakota: Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Vermillion (I actually have to think a bit harder on North Dakota).
    Arkansas: Little Rock, Jonesboro, Fayetteville

    So yeah, I’m not so good with those East Coast statelets. Knowing colleges helps with the others (as I suspect it helped ScarletKnight with those western states).

    • LOL Are you doubting that I knew about Logan otherwise?

      But yes all of mine are either locations of universities or state capitals.

  22. Idaho: Boise, Moscow, Sun Valley
    Montana: Helena, Butte, ?
    Wyoming: Cheyenne, Jackson Hole, ?
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, Ogden

  23. I’m at a distinct disadvantage, perhaps, so I’m going to be a little creative:

    Idaho: Blue Turf City.
    Montana: Joe?
    Wyoming: [crickets]
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, and Bountiful, British Columbia

  24. Hmmmm…

    Idaho: Couer d’Alene, Boise, ?
    Montana: Kalispell (I have friends there), Whitefish (my wife lived there), Helena
    Wyoming: Jackson Hole, ?, ?
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, ??

  25. Idaho: Pocatello (I just like how it sounds)
    Montana: Helena
    Wyoming: Jackson Hole
    Utah: Salt Lake City

  26. Idaho: Boise, Coer d’Alene, ?
    Montana: Missoula, Butte, Helena
    Wyoming: Gillette, Cheyenne, ?
    Utah: Salt Lake City,?,?
    Rhode Island: Providence,?,?
    Delaware: Dover, ?,?
    West Virginia: Huntington, Morgantown,?
    South Dakota: Vermillion, Yankton, Sioux Falls
    Arkansas: Texarkana, Magnolia, El Dorado
    North Dakota: Grand Forks, Dickinson?,?

  27. I live in OH and don’t frequently travel west. This is the best I could do…but an interesting exercise.

    ID – Boise (bowl games), Twin Falls (was a Built to Spill song), and Coeur d’Alene (there is an Ironman race there)
    MT – Bozeman (fishing), Butte (no idea), Helena (lingering childhood knowledge of state capitals)
    UT – Salt Lake City (mormons), Provo (Fletch)….and that’s it
    WY – Cheyenne is all that came to mind

    • You know, if I’d thought about it, I would have asked everybody to put why it came to mind in parenthesis.

  28. Boise, Butte, (nothing for WY), & Salt Lake City.

    I probably only remember the 2nd one because of the childish humor in pronouncing it wrong.

  29. Idaho: Boise, Moscow, ?
    Montana: Helena, Butte, ?
    Wyoming: Casper, Laramie, ?
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, ?

    Arkansas: Little Rock, Hot Springs (or something with springs in it, at any rate), Hope
    Rhode Island: Providence, South Providence
    Delaware: Dover, Wilmington, Newcastle
    South Dakota: Bismarck, ?,?

    • Boise was easy, but I only know Moscow because Josh Ritter, one of my favorite singers, grew up there and mentions it frequently. Same goes for Utah: SLC is the easy one and I picked up Provo because a few of my friends went to BYU. Delaware was the easiest one, since I used to travel from DC to Philly regularly by Greyhound. I came to loathe Wilmington with a fiery passion.

  30. BTW, isn’t there supposed to be a Springfield in every state in the union?

  31. Didn’t look at the above list or anywhere else for this:
    Boise, uh….
    Missoula, Helena, nada
    Cheyenne, Laramie, nope
    Salt Lake City, Park City, does Four Corners count?

    And here I thought I was good at geography, but there’s this big hole in the country as far as my brain goes. In my defense, I have been to only one of these four states, and then only in a train passing through when I was ten. But, I guess that’s not much of a defense.

  32. Idaho: Sun Valley

    Montana: Missoula, Bozeman, Helena, East Glacier (anyone reading ever been to East Glacier?)

    Wyoming: Cheyenne, Jackson Hole

    Utah: I can’t think of anything besides Salt Lake City, although I’ve been to the crazy badlands with millions of bunnies (a la Oregon Trail) in the northeast corner of the state.

  33. Idaho: Boise (with the blue astroturf), Cour d’Alene (good friend’s home town, also neo Nazis) I think Schweitzer is in WA?

    Montana: Helena, Missoula (cool college town), Butte (favorite place names as a kid. See also, Weed, CA)

    Wyoming: Cheyenne and Laramie (signs on Route 80), Jackson Hole

    Utah: Park City, Salt Lake (also because of route 80, and mormons and skiing)

    • Moab. Near Arches and Canyonlands. The miners don’t dig East Coast college liberal hippies driving out to California.

    • A bit surprised that I80 didn’t seer Evanston in your mind. That long drop there is rather unforgettable.

      • I passed through that right in the middle of a snow squall. I was just happy to still be alive and not under an 18 wheeler.

        Also, what is the name of the place that has all the road signs, kind of Burma shave-esque, on the Utah/Wyoming border? I should remember that one, too.

  34. Idaho: Boise (there are other cities?)

    Montata: Helena, Missoula

    Wyoming: Cheynne, um…

    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo, Orem…

  35. ID: Moscow, Boise, Couer D’Alene
    MT: Billings, Helena, Butte
    WY: Cheyenne, does Wyoming have more than 1 city?
    UT: Salt Lake City, Provo, Wendover

  36. Stereotypical blue-stater.

    ID: Boise
    MT: Missoula?
    WY: Cheyenne
    UT: Salt Lake City, Provo

    And, really, that’s it. 🙁

  37. Coming in several days late, but my wife asked me after reading this. (Note, I’ve spent quite a lot of time in the Mountain West, although I’ve never lived there for longer than a summer.

    Idaho: Boise, Pocatello, Sand Creek (I have no idea why Coeur D’Alene didn’t pop up before Sand Creek).
    Montana: Bozeman, Billings, Butte (they stick in my mind together because they’re all “B”s).
    Wyoming: Cheyenne, Laramie and Saratoga (great hot spring there!).
    Utah: Salt Lake, St. George, and Ogden (IMO, the only place in Utah that would be bearable for living, as a social matter, although nothing beats Logan for sheer jawdropping scenic beauty).

  38. According to Ben Franklin, my state is simply a barrel tapped at both ends.

    Therefore, let me ask, what three cities come to mind when thinking of New Jersey?

    • Trenton, Princeton, Newark, Elizabeth, Piscataway (which is as fun to say as Pocatello), Plainfield, and the one immortalized in the Bob Dylan song:

      I rambled out of New York town
      Pulled my cap down over my eyes
      And heated out for the western skies
      So long New York
      Howdy, East Orange.

      • Well if you are going to use Bob Dylan as inspiration, remember that “Hurricane” is from Paterson.

        For those in other parts of the country, East Orange is a total shit hole, with all apologies to David Alexander.

  39. Idaho: Butte. Can’t think of any others, not sure if that’s even in Idaho.
    Montana: Er…
    Wyoming: Cheyenne? Isn’t that the capital? Mostly I associate Wyoming with Yellowstone National Park, not cities.
    Utah: Salt Lake City; Zion; no others coming to mind.

    Arkansas: Little Rock.
    Rhode Island: Providence.
    Delaware: None come to mind.
    Dakotas: None coming to mind at the moment.

    I feel bad that I couldn’t think of more, but hey, I’m a Canadian; small and midsize US cities are hardly my speciality.

    Can you tell I once I tried to memorize all the US state capitals? If I hadn’t, I’d have a lot fewer ideas for these. (I didn’t know most of them initially, and got a strange feeling when I realized that I knew most of the ones in the southeast US, and why: Little Rock, Birmingham, Montgomery…my geographical knowledge of the American South is largely linked to instances of horrific racism.)

    Oddly, I’ve actually been to Idaho, Montana and Wyoming (family road trip from Victoria, BC to Yellowstone).

    • Given that you’re a Canadian, you really get a pass on not knowing a lot of these. That being said, Boise is the capital of Idaho and Casper is the capital of Wyoming. You had the first letters right! Helena is the capital of Montana.

      When it came to the states put forth by others, I’m actually somewhat surprised that the capitals didn’t come to mind first. For North and South Dakota, I passed right by Bismark and Pierre. Delaware’s (Dover) I plum forgot (I remembered Wilmington because of the credit card industry coming out of there, which a Canadian wouldn’t see), despite the fact it’s drilled into our heads in K-12.

      • Bismark! And Helena! I really should have gotten those; they’re on a fun board game of railways (Transamerica) that I play with my family a lot.

      • I hate to break it to you, but Casper, while being a friendly ghost, isn’t the capital of anything.

  40. Menan, ID. Billings, MT. Cheyenne, WY. Pleasant Grove, UT.

    Of course, I grew up in the Mountain West, so those cities are all ones that I have family in. Last I checked, Menan was about 500 people.

    • Oh wait, I was supposed to think of three.

      So…
      Menan, Boise, and Pocatello.
      Billings, Helene, and Butte.
      Cheyenne and Laramie (I’m surprisingly short on WY).
      Pleasant Grove, American Fork, Provo.

  41. Ouch – I was surprisingly bad at this

    Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Utah

    Boise, Twin Falls, Ketcham
    Billings, Helena, Butte
    Cheyenne, Jackson Hole, ? (don’t know why I forgot Casper and Laramie; granted that I’ve never been to either)
    SLC, Provo, St. George

    Colorado (too easy)
    Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins

    Rhode Island; Delaware; West Virginia; South Dakota; Arkansas; North Dakota.

    Providence, Newport, ?
    Dover, Wilmington, Rehoboth (sp?)
    Charleston, Huntington, ?
    Sioux Falls, Pierre, Grand Forks (wrong! NoDak – kind of embarassing)
    Fayetteville, Little Rock, Fort Smith
    Bismarck, Fargo, Minot

    n.b. the only cities in this list that I have been to:

    Twin Falls, Ketcham, Jackson Hole, St. George, Denver, and Wilmington
    (plus plane changes in SLC)

  42. Apparently I don’t know anything about mountain west geography, because I couldn’t name more than two for any of these

    Idaho: Boise…
    Montana: Helena, Billings
    Wyoming: Laramie, Cheyenne
    Utah: Salt Lake City, Provo

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