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KC-Des Moines-Madison-Minneapolis-Fargo-Souix Falls-Lincoln-KC

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My wife's goal is to spend some time every state in the U.S.

Layovers in airports don't count. Driving through and stopping a little while counts.

We've hit quite a few already, but neither of us have been to this part of the country.

So I booked a 2 week trip starting and ending in KC (2 states right there.), hitting 8 states altogether.

Planned a route but open to changes: KC-Des Moines-Madison-Minneapolis-Fargo-Souix Falls-Lincoln-KC.

I figure we can drive roughly 4 hours every other day.

Any suggestions on where to spend more/less time.

What's interesting to see in those cities or enroute?

Interesting restaurants (featured on diners and drive-ins is a plus) ?

Good art museums?

Beautiful scenery?

Lively districts?

All input is welcome.

I know it's a little crazy but with 2 weeks , doesn't seem outlandish.

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