35: Michigan

Earlier in the trip, I was able to visit two states (Colorado and Utah) very quickly, by going to a point where four states meet. Now, I was able to visit Michigan quickly by going to a point where three states – Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana meet. In the summer of 2007 I spent several days driving around Michigan (and Illinois and Wisconsin). This time, however, I stayed in Michigan for only a few minutes.

Fortunately, the rainy weather that plagued me the past couple of days (as I drove through upstate New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio) has now cleared!

This stone marks the point where Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan meet. (Indiana: front left; Ohio: front right; Michigan: rear)

Looking towards Michigan from the Indiand-Ohio-Michigan boundary stone

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