So I'm back in the great white north!
It was a loooong 18 hour drive from Gainesville to Grosse Pointe, but I made it just in time for Mother's Day dinner on Sunday.
The drive was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be. I expected to be painfully bored after about 3 hours, but I had some audio-books, my iPod, and the satellite radio, so I was all set.
However, to keep myself entertained, I threw a little party at every state border. This "party" involved dipping into the box of Cheez-Its that I was keeping (buckled up) in the passenger seat, and blasting a song that I felt suited each new stretch of I-75.
Thus, I present to you, my roadtrip playlist:
1.) Leaving Gainesville
3.) Tennessee... and Tennessee
(I actually kind of like the Toots version better. And I know that neither versions mentions "Tennessee" exactly... but they talk about the mountains. Tennessee has lot of mountains.)
(Why? Because of the line around 22 seconds.)
(Ok, so I wasn't anywhere near Cleveland... but Cincinnati is close enough, right?)
6.) Michigan... Michigan... Michigan... Michigan
(I couldn't pick just one Michigan song. I'm not a big country music fan, but I love that Hello Dave song. Mostly just because I love Michigan.)