I have been to Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah but have never visited the Four Corners Monument where you can touch all four states at the same time. The current borders may vary from the intended ones due to survey discrepancies but they are accepted legally. I remember trips to Harper’s Ferry where three states (Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland) intersect. I thought that was a big deal until I found out 61 other such points exist in the United States, some of the them in water. Sensing a geographic progression heading toward infinity, I did not research how many points exist between two states. Instead I am pursuing an economic opportunity to add a fifth state to the Four Corners Monument. Eight other states border at least one of the four states. I just need one of the current four states to deed over to one of the eight outlying states a six foot wide trail of land through their state until it touches the point of intersection at the Four Corners Monument. This could be financed with donations until a percentage of future proceeds can be collected from the increase in tourist revenues. For example, a trail could originate in Texas and cut through New Mexico to the new Five State Pentagon monument. The trail could be named CANTU for the five states involved. Cantu Beauty could sponsor upgrades to the currently remote area with resort and entertainment amenities. Maybe CANTU could become a trail famous for providing escape for people fleeing Texas. Or for people emigrating to Texas. Perhaps CANTU could just become a famous hike like the Appalachian Trail. Cant you see the possibilities?