The cue sheet for this route would be amazing:
1. Turn South on US Route 83
2. Stop at the Mexico border.
U.S. Route 83 runs 1,885 miles from the Canadian border just north of Westhope, N.D. to Brownsville, Texas, on the Mexican border. It is one of the last and longest stretches of highway in America and little of it is spoiled by soulless four-lane Interstate. It passes through North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. It also continues into Canada as Manitoba Highway 83 to its northern terminus just east of Swan River. Along with US 83, Manitoba 83 is part of the longest continuously numbered north-south highway in North America with a combined distance is 3,450 kilometers (2,140 mi).