As I was recapping my journey so far I realised that I should have gone to Hawaii by now, as it is the most westerly state along with Alaska.
So I shapeshifted into an eagle to fly to the west coast, and then as I reached the sea changed into an albatross.
My wings were getting tired half way to Hawaii, so I changed into a ray for the last leg of the journey, and glided smoothly up to the beach.
Changing back into wolf form I ran up Mauna Kea, Hawaii’s tallest peak, and higher than Everest if you follow it all the way to its base under the sea; I of course had started from its salty origins.
I rested on the peak for a couple of hours, before making the return journey back to North Dakota.
Once I’ve caught my breath tomorrow I’ll update you on the current acronyms of North America!