From Detroit Michigan, you actually end up in Canada if you travel due south, and Michigan is also the only state to be made of two entirely separated sections.
Michigan's Highway 185 is actually a bike path, making it the only official highway in America where cars are banned.
Michigan's upper peninsula is only connected by land to Wisconsin which is home to the Green Bay Packers, a team so popular that the waiting list for season tickets is 30 years long.
密歇根州的上半岛只与威斯康星州的绿湾包装工队(NFL的Green Bay packers)的主场相连，这支球队如此受欢迎，以至于季票的等待名单长达30年。
It's so long that its common for parents to put their kids name on the list as soon as they're born.
In Watertown Wisconsin is Utah street, but the real Utah has the longest section of Interstate in the US with no gas stations—106 miles on I-70.
I-70 ends over 2,000 miles away in Baltimore, Maryland, and the entire state of Maryland has zero natural lakes.
It also has this panhandle that reaches a minimum width of 1.8 miles before expanding back out to 30 miles width out near West Virginia, which is definitively a southern state but also has a panhandle that reaches as far north as New York City and Nebraska.
Monowi Nebraska is the only incorporated municipality in the United States that have a population of one.
The one resident, Elsie Eiler, is mayor and runs the library and tavern which is granted a liquor license each year by Elsie herself.
Tortilla Flat, Arizona is six times larger than Monowi since it has six residents, and Arizona also has 1/4 of the four corners monument—the only point where four states meet in the US: Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico which as a state, by law, still recognizes Pluto as a planet.
New Mexico is typically the last state to vote in presidential primaries, whereas Iowa is usually the first.
Iowa is the only state in the US whose eastern and western borders are both water, in this case rivers, the eastern border is the Mississippi river, which happens to be the namesake for Mississippi.
The Mississippi river also flowed backwards for a full 24 hours in 2012 during Hurricane Isaac, but the Mississippi doesn't actually reach the ocean in Mississippi, It does so in Louisiana.
Home to the longest bridge over water in the world at 24 miles. That's so long that for eight of those miles, you can't even see land on either side.
One of the other longest bridges in the US is in North Carolina, the the Virginia Dare Memorial Bridge which carries cars out to Kitty Hawk where the Wright Brothers successfully flew a heavier than air aircraft for the first time in history.
It was a 12 second, 120 foot flight, thats shorter than the wingspan of a Boeing 747.