In order to know where you are going, it is important to know where you've been. Take a little time to reflect on how life experiences bring meaning, creating a sense of place to geographic space. How does the middle of nowhere become somewhere, and once changed, is it where we want to be? Not a scientific approach, but a multiple perspective discussion using Meinig's multiple sense of place indicators. Participants are invited to engage in a discussion of place from an economic, historical, aesthetic, artistic, problematic, systematic, environmental, political, geologic/geographic, and personal sense of place.