Where am I? - United States Part 10
Updated: Apr 26
1. Did you know that of all 50 United States Capitol, this state is the
only one that heats up entirely using renewable energy?
2. It is also home to the world's first town to get electricity from using atomic power.
3. This might surprise you but the deepest river gorge in the United States is not
the Grand Canyon, in fact this state's river gorge is almost 2,000 ft (610 m) deeper.
4. This state has the most inventoried roadless area in terms of land
(9,322,000 acres, 37,325 sq. km or 14,566 sq. miles) in the 48 continental states.
5. This state also has the world's longest floating boardwalk. The entire trail is 4,313 ft long (1,315 m)
6. Did you know that not all football fields are the traditional green? Between
1986 and 2009 this state was home to the only non green (blue) football field.
7. This state has the United States' highest river that can
be navigated by boat going as high as 6,487 ft (1,977 m).
8. This may surprise you but this state is also home to world's oldest chairlift
as well as the longest gondola ride in North America (3.1 miles or 5 km).
9. If skiing isn't your thing then may you might be impressed to find out that this state was
home to the largest straw bale maze which even contained a pyramid, ladders and even slides.
10. If you like potatoes then this state is for you. You can not only try potato ice
cream but also visit the Potato Museum as well as the world's largest
potato chip all the while staying at a potato shaped Airbnb.
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