Hitchhiking All 50 States Hitch50 is the project of two guys, Fiddy and Scotty, who are attempting to hitchhike to all 50 state capitols in 50 days. They started this morning from New York's Times Square and are on their way to Albany. They describe their project this way: "The rules of Hitch50 are simple. We can't pay for ANY transportation. And we must get a photo in front of every state capitol building in 50 days or less. Most importantly, we must provide reader [sic] of our Web site with original content at least once every day and at least once every state." Not sure how they're going to work out the whole Alaska and Hawaii thing (and neither are they), but it should be entertaining to find out.
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Hitchhiking All 50 States

We're not sure how the Hitch50 guys are going to make it to Hawaii, but it should be entertaining to find out. Dan Roundhill/iStockphoto hide caption

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Hitch50 is the project of two guys, Fiddy and Scotty, who are attempting to hitchhike to all 50 state capitols in 50 days. They started this morning from New York's Times Square and are on their way to Albany. They describe their project this way:

"The rules of Hitch50 are simple. We can't pay for ANY transportation. And we must get a photo in front of every state capitol building in 50 days or less. Most importantly, we must provide reader [sic] of our Web site with original content at least once every day and at least once every state."

Not sure how they're going to work out the whole Alaska and Hawaii thing (and neither are they), but it should be entertaining to find out.

(via Metafilter)