Chapter 18

Nevada and Hawaii have very little in common. Both have mountains and arid areas, both have significant toursim industries, and both have cattle ranching. However, Hawaii’s main identity is with water and water sports, and associated water activities, while Nevada is completely landlocked. There are really not a lot of parallels that can be drawn between the two states.

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