Sep 5, 2018
Want to be part of something that only a few hundred people have done? Grab a map of the U.S. and get going, visiting the highest elevation of each state. It doesn't matter how you get there, but it's going to take a while for all 50. Today we meet Woody Connette, whose first job as a teenager was right at the summit of Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina. He gradually knocked off more and more states, but it wasn't until his 60s that he completed this grand quest! See how Woody did it, and hear his tips for specific states and for the overall challenge of a lifetime.