It's obviously not me because I'm only in Chicago.
Where's everybody coming from?
haha yeah, had to be that guy this morning, that one bugs me lately for some reason, dont worry its me not you.
Taking the 7 PM flight from Phoenix Friday night. Will get in at 2 AM Saturday morning.... straight to Ann Arbor at 8 AM. The lack of sleep and time change is well worth it.
I will be making the trip from Syracuse, NY to attend the game.. its about an 8 and a half hour drive that i will be making at 5 after work in order to be there to start tailgating at 10.. GO BLUE
You must drive slow as hell, shouldn't take you more than seven with that nice quick drive through Canada.
from the year 2268 to see the very beginning of the Michigan Ascendancy.
wouldn't you?) you are actually not travelling very far.
Flying up from Atlanta . . . biggest game in years, wouldn't miss it.
Hopefully Hurricane Earl does not delay my trip whatsoever, already 12 hours to Ann Arbor as it is.
...Current estimates have it near the North Carolina coast at around 2:00 AM on Friday morning.
You narrowly beat me, I'm driving up from Durham. I'm leaving tonight though, so I shouldn't have a problem with Earl.
Greenville, SC. Hopin' JT Floyd represents SC well. It will be about a 10 hour drive.
We should have carpooled MGoCreepervan style. I'm also driving from SC. From Pelzer, about 20 minutes from Greenville
I'm heading up on Wednesday and coming back Monday. I just moved to this area in April, any good places to watch the games here?
from the Dayton, OH area... I'm sure some of your flight times will be shorter than my 3-4 hours drive though. Distance has to go to AZ or FL at this point.
I'll hold down A-town while you're gone ;)
Should be about a 10 hours on Friday. We are going to the Toledo Arizona game the night before. If anyone has any tips getting Toledo tickets or parking information I'd appreciate it.
You live in the Yunk right? I tried to catch you on the PA post. I think you live right behind me? I'm on Mansion st right next to St Davids.
Yes I do. St.Davids St. MGoBlog is a small world isn't it? I have to go pick up my friend in NJ for the game.
Cool man. If you see a guy walking a Big Yellow Lab and really small Brown Lab that is me.
Are you going to head down to Q's BBQ to watch the ND game in Old City?
Looks like tickets are still available through Toledo website. You can order online and ick up at will call. Parking is usually pretty easy. They have a lot of parking lots around the Glass Bowl. The ones that are further away have shuttles running to and from stadium. Hope this helps.
Third street in Ann Arbor....I have heard the band playing in my back yard for the past few weeks now.
Leaving Thursday night , staying in Western Pa and getting up at 3 AM on Sat to drive to A2.
But this month I moving back to West Palm Beach , Florida so I will drive all together around 26 hours in about 2 weeks.
I am coming from Kalamazoo. It is about an hour and a half drive. This is my 15th year with season tickets. Can't wait to see Brock lead the team onto the field. Safe travels to everyone. GO BLUE!
Me too, season ticket holder for two years.
Santa Monica, California. Flying out on Thursday.
I will be watching every moment from Carlisle, Pa. Flags will be flying, tents with Bock M will be unfolded, tailgating in the back yard will commence about 10:30! Go Bo Blue!
Additionally, its about 81/2 hours away.
That's where South Bend has been for the last 22 years.
I have one hell of an adventurous 10 minute walk ahead of me sometime saturday morning.
I'll be making to trip in from Chicago. Best thing about being here, is that I can get to most UM games in 4 hours or less. Every game is a road game (well, expcet for Northwestern when tailgate on the "L").
I'll be driving up Friday morning from Brandenburg, Kentucky. It's a 6 hour drive I think.
I can't imagine driving over 8 hours for this game. GR is about 2.5 hours from Stadium/Main and it feels like 10 hours due to sheer excitement.
That's why you turn it into a vacation. A 12 hour drive doesn't seem so bad when you get to pretend you're in college again for 5 days.
pumped for us to once again be the largest crowd in the country
....a hopefully uneventful 4-ish hour drive up I-75 thru the Ohio "Cornbelt "
I have a 10 minute walk to the stadium.
I seriously might have tears in my eyes this whole game.
Joy, sorrow, terror, anger and pride and glorious jubilation. I'm gonna be a mess.
...or so it seems to me.
I lived in Seattle for a couple years, wish I was still there.
To answer the OP's Q: I'm coming from Chicago.
It sounds like he's coming from the deepest, darkest depths of the Black Hole of the Soul...to Michigan Stadium.
... but if I can, I`ll be coming in from Montreal. 12-hour drive to AA on friday, 12-hour drive back home on sunday.