The picture below represents two places in the Western Hemisphere. Can you figure out where they are?
The answer is…
…that there is a place in the United States and another place in Canada where four regions meet. If you check a map of the United States, you’ll see that Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico meet, with a monument called “Four Corners” marking the spot. In Canada, two provinces (Saskatchewan and Manitoba) and two territories (Northwest Territories and Nunavut) meet at an almost exact corner, although the nearest road to that point is so far away, it’s pretty unlikely that Canada has any “Four Corners” monument of its own marking the spot.
The two-letter abbreviations are postal abbreviations, in case you’re mailing any of those places.