Woody Creek, Colorado
This is where Thompson made his permanent residence.
This is the city which headquartered the newspaper for which Thompson worked.
Coral Gables, Florida
This is the headquarters of the National Hurricane Center.
Key West, Florida
This is where Thompson moved briefly and entered the marine salvage business.
This is a small country in the Caribbean that was ruled by a dictator called Baby Doc Duvalier until he was deposed in February 1986.
This is the location of the airport that Thompson used whenever he had to fly.
This is a country in North Africa, which was ruled by Moammar Khadafy, who routinely fought with President Ronald Reagan.
This is the city where Thompson met Jack Parker and made a bet with him about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Herschel Walker's rushing yards.
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