The map that shows Johnny Cash has been everywhere, man

I call into Leo Laporte’s The Tech Guy show to do a 10-minute travel segment every Saturday at 12:30pm PT. Sometimes when I’m traveling we move it to Sunday (not often), but no matter when I call in, Leo’s producers play Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere.” It’s pretty funny.

Well, this week a viewer sent Leo this website that brings that song to life. As the song plays, a Johnny Cash head is pasted on the map on each destination as he sings about it. You can really see that Johnny’s been everywhere (especially in the USA), and it sure does help you brush up on your geography. The only place it looks like the webmaster missed was Catalina Island.

Related: This Map Beautifully Visualizes the Paths of the World’s Cargo Ships

 

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