TO OUR READERS: Last chance to post your tune on the holiday highway

On Tuesday’s Commentary page of the Peninsula Daily News

print edition, we republished a Los Angeles Times report on a national survey of the best highway songs to listen to while on the road for the holidays (see box at right).

It was followed by a request — there are always song requests, right? — for your favorite highway tunes. We’re doing this Tuesday and today.

We’re sure North Olympic Peninsula folks have tunes in addition to those listed in the Pioneer survey at right that fill their vehicles with song.

Log in below and blog your favorite or favorites — title and artist, please.

We’ll tally the results and pick some of the best comments for a report in Friday’s commentary pages.

Thanks all, and happy, tuneful motoring!

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