I'm calling out to all my friendly U.S. Neighbors out there.
At the end of June a friend and I (a female friend, but it's platonic) are going on a road trip to Colorado from Canada and we will be passing through the U.S. Midwest to get there. (North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska to be specific). Most of our sight-seeing and what-not is planned for Colorado, but I figured it would be fun to compile a bucket-list for driving through the Midwest.
So I am appealing to my U.S. counterparts to help me come up with a bucket list that defines the experience of being a tourist driving through the U.S. Midwest.
All suggestions must be:
A. 100% Legal (no criminal or misdemeanor behavior.)
B. Relatively safe.
C. Keep us relatively close to our planned route. (We'll be close to the Minnesota border through the Dakotas, along the south of South Dakota and then through the heart of Nebraska. )
D. Be considered relatively innocuous behavior to local peoples.
E. The more stereotypical and photogenic the suggestion the better!
-------List so far-----
-See Mt. Rushmore
-Mitchell, SD, Corn Palace - Thanks DrGelk