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Haley and her son Eli (seven months old)
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In February 2010 I made the commitment to visit and photograph all 48 continental United States (no Alaska or Hawaii) in 48 Months!
Beginning with my visit to Eagle Creek Park in March 2010, I totaled seven official state visits last year; Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Missouri and Ohio.
This year should add significantly to the goal of 48 States in 48 Months. Along with extensive coverage of the Smoky Mountains on both the Tennessee and North Carolina sides, there are trips planned to hit Manhatten and Niagara Falls on a New York Trip. That trip will take me through through northern Ohio and Pennsylvania to Niagara Falls, then catching an Amtrak train from Buffalo down to Manhattan for a two-day Atlanta Braves stand with the Mets (staying with Giff). After a train ride back to Buffalo, I’ll make the drive back to Indy.
This year will also include a Colorado trip in July when the Braves play the Rockies. That trip will encompass about 8-10 days. The first two days of driving will take me out 70 West through Illinois, Missouri and Kansas.
After a couple of days in Denver, I’ll be headed further west to Utah, where I hope to take in Arches National Park and Dead Horse Point on my way south to Arizona, where I’ll make stops at Horseshoe Bend and the Grand Canyon.
The drive back to Indiana will take me through New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Stops in each state on this trip would total ten additional states.
That would give me a total of 12 new states visited in 2011. I’m sure there will be more, including West Virginia and Virginia (maybe by train?), Georgia, Michigan and hopefully Florida! This year will also include return visits to Chicago (maybe a run on up to Milwaukee) and St Louis when the Braves visit.
Should be a fun, and well traveled year! Stay Tuned!