This is just a sampling of my decals. I mounted them on a piece of Plexiglas,and mounted that on the back of my RV. When I traded RVs to the fifth wheel I have now, I had no bumper to mount the Plexiglas on. So, when I travel I put it inside the rear picture window, with suction cups. Since you can see I have been to Alaska, I have been through Canada! I don't have a decal for Canada, or Mexico, or the Bahama's! The states that I have not been in are Minnesota,Wisconsin,Maine,Vermont,New Hampshire.
In all fairness I should list Michigan, as I went just a few miles inside the state line, saw a casino, boondocked for the night, and next morning talked to my Mother who was wanting me to come home, so I did.
The first trip to Canada was to Banf National Park,ALBERTA. We pulled a 26 ft travel trailer. I don't remember the exact route we took from Texas, I do remember crossing the border at Cardston,going up Canada hwy 2, at Calgary, we took hwy 1 up to Lake Louise, where we stayed in the Provential Park. All the signs were in both English and French! A beautiful campsite, no water at the site and no dump at the site. There was a place to get water and dump. I think we did have a trickle of electric. We drove to Jasper National Park, didn't take the trailer, just drove up the highway in the truck. A beautiful drive. We stopped at the Columbia Glacier Icefields. A sight to see. We took a ride on an half track, out on the Glacier, the driver stopped and let people off to get a "drink" from the water melting from the Glacier. I didn't get off, I had a hard enough time climbing up in that thing in the first place! We made side trips to the ski lifts, took a ride on it too, no snow, but I can imagine what it would look like snow covered. When we returned we crossed the Rocky Mountains and took Hwy 93 down though Idaho, back to home. I have pictures, but they are in storage. More on Alaska later.