We all carry this assumption that we know the place we are from. But do we really? How often do you go touristing in your own town? How often, on a day off, have you thought “I could go there any time,” opting to visit a further destination, rather than one close by? When we travel out of state or out of country, we are like sponges; soaking in culture and experience, nature and cityscapes, new foods and stunning vistas. But do you give your home locale the same consideration? Or does familiarity take away some of the appeal? Do you find yourself skipping over attractions in your town that you “know” but have never actually been to?