Halfway There! Kentucky and Tennessee Solutions

Kentucky is the 25th state I’ve completed so far! Just 25 more to go. March was super productive, finishing 12 last month alone! I might just have this project finished by Summer at this rate!

The Kentucky maze starts off in the little exclave called the Kentucky Bend, cut off from the rest of the state by the Mississippi. There are multiple routes you can take, and there is a secondary goal. The golden dot near the race horse is Fort Knox! Be sure to stop by and make a withdrawal. The finish is in the far eastern point of the state - which other than being the easternmost point, doesn’t appear to have anything special about it. The satellite view on Google Maps shows the area more or less surrounded by mountaintop removal mines.

The Kentucky maze starts off in the little exclave called the Kentucky Bend, cut off from the rest of the state by the Mississippi. There are multiple routes you can take, and there is a secondary goal. The golden dot near the race horse is Fort Knox! Be sure to stop by and make a withdrawal. The finish is in the far eastern point of the state - which other than being the easternmost point, doesn’t appear to have anything special about it. The satellite view on Google Maps shows the area more or less surrounded by mountaintop removal mines.

The Tennessee maze starts off in Memphis and ends up in the northeastern most point of the state. I tried keeping this maze relatively bare of voids and geographical features. Somehow that made this extremely difficult - it took me forever to trace a solution, I kept getting lost. I ended up filling in dead-ends until the solution finally presented itself.

The Tennessee maze starts off in Memphis and ends up in the northeastern most point of the state. I tried keeping this maze relatively bare of voids and geographical features. Somehow that made this extremely difficult - it took me forever to trace a solution, I kept getting lost. I ended up filling in dead-ends until the solution finally presented itself.