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UT, AZ, NM, CO. Now a trivia question for you: which four African countries also meet* at a Four Corners?*Technically one of the borders doesn't quite touch, because there's a river in the way, but it's less than a mile wide and looks like a perfect fit on almost any map.
Utah, Arizona, Colorado and my home state of New Mexico..Some grands ago my mom's family settled in the area about the time of Jametown on the east coast
Way too easy. Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. It officially became four corners in 1901 when the Arizona Territory boundaries were finalized. It's been a long time since I was in school, but I still remember some of what the teachers tried to drum into my head. I only wish the teachers had been more successful.
CO - NM - AZ - UTNot much of a destination unless you're a real geography fan. The geology/topography/scenery leaves much to be desired.
Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. One of my grade school friends said he won a bet with his mom when they visited there. The bet was whether or not he could be in more than one place at one time.
Utah, Colorado, Arizona, & New Mexico.
(clockwise from top left) utah, colorado, new mexico and arizona.
Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado.And boy that has to be the most deserted patch of ground in the U.S., with the exception of I-80 west of Cheyenne, WY
New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Colorado
http://rightontheleftcoast.blogspot.com/2006/08/last-legs-of-trip.htmlRead this about I-80 across Wyoming :)
I've been to Four Corners. Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah.
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