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Walking Across America's Borders #2

Solve each of the clues below. The first state borders the second state, the second state borders the third state, and so on. You have only 2 minutes. GO!
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Last updated: May 14, 2022
First submittedMay 10, 2022
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This state has a Great Lake named after it.
Michigan
Its name can be found in its capital's name.
Indiana
This state has the third largest city in the US.
Illinois
This state borders both the Mississippi and Missouri rivers.
Iowa
Sioux Falls is this state's largest city.
South Dakota
This is the largest state that is landlocked.
Montana
This state is famous for its potatoes.
Idaho
The Jazz are the only NBA team in this state.
Utah
People say it has 4 sides, but it actually has 697 sides.
Colorado
This state has the state capital with the highest elevation.
New Mexico
This is the largest state in the continental U.S.
Texas
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On July 2, 1962, this state opened the first Walmart store.
Arkansas
With Missouri, this state is tied for the most states bordered.
Tennessee
As a colony, it had the highest population in 1700.
Virginia
It is one of only two states to border the nation's capital.
Maryland
On December 7, 1787, this state was the first to ratify the Federal Constitution.
Delaware
This state has the most diners of any state.
New Jersey
Despite having the largest city in the nation, it ranks fourth in population.
New York
This state's capital has the least population of any state capital.
Vermont
Its capital is Concord.
New Hampshire
It is the only state to border only one other state.
Maine
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