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What’s the glamping equivalent of a road trip called? You know, where instead of staying at shoddy motels you go for a hotel with a pool? That’s pretty much what my mom and I did on our mother-daughter road trip.
The two of us have a lot of things in common, like our extraverted personalities, constant quest to tame our hair, and our love of both road trips and spas.
When I was first going to college, we started out with our version of a cross-country road trip with my dad and brother. Over two weeks, we hit the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, admired the Blue Ridge Mountains, and ate plenty of barbecue before ending up in the South. (then when my mom asked my younger brother what he wanted to see on his off-to-college road trip, he suggested flying instead)
This time around, we decided to do a mini loop over a week after the semester ended, so that I could have some fun and end up back on campus in time for the graduation ceremony.
Our trip led us down to Asheville, North Carolina and back up to Hot Springs, Virginia before ending up somewhere in the middle.
I had some fun introducing her to some of my favorite podcasts, but what we really got into was my ultimate road-trip playlist! It’s a mix of songs everybody knows, songs most people don’t, and eclectic fun. It’s also about four hours long, so you don’t have to keep changing the station.
What are your favorite road trip songs? Leave a message in the comments!
Kat (and Marcia)