Post by Whoopsie Goldberg on May 17, 2008 18:34:15 GMT -5
umm. bring clothes(pants optional) be prepared because it will get cold at night, and be prepared for heat because it very well could be a hundred degrees. bring booze, c.sativa, powerful hallucinogens, etc... bring a camera to document your amazing experience an umbrella might be a smart thing to bring WATER, and lots of it bring something bizzare to wear, just to stir things up a bit. a small backpack will be useful a tent to sleep in, earplugs in case you have loud neighbors all night bring music bring lots of food your game face will come in handy some tye-dye a car might come in handy so you can lock your valuables up. your acoustic guitar shower shoes swimsuit sunscreen thats all you will need I think. at least thats all I need. feel free to add anything you think might be important to my list.
Post by dogglesnoffer on May 18, 2008 1:41:06 GMT -5
-Flashlight -Tarp -stone/glass pipe (so not detectable at the gate) -rope -extra batteries -More liquor than that -collapsable chairs -collapsable table (I don't think there's picnic tables so this would come in very handy) -T.P. -Hat (Sunburn OWW!) -Joints -walkie talkies -then bring more water than that
Post by therodersabides on May 18, 2008 19:44:08 GMT -5
Here is my list that my girlfriend and I made up. I hope it helps!
Folding chairs (wet ground sucks!) Tent Tarp (put under tent. Wet tents suck worse!) Rain ponchos (pocket kind. saved my ass in 2006. only $1.00) Lantern for camping Flashlights cigarettes/lighter blankets rope/twine & extra stakes (just in case there are crazy winds. tent almost blew away once) hammer - for tent stakes sun block condoms (oh my yes...) extra toilet paper (just in case...) foot powder warm cloths for back at camp printed schedules (you don't want to miss anyone. Good to have if only one stage gets shut down due to weather) cooler for beer, water, wine, food ear plugs tiny first aid kit (or just a few band aids) Sunglasses Tylenol
Booze Water Beer More water Costco Muffins (FTW) Smores Fixins Little BBQ for Hot dogs, Smores. Granola Bars More Water Chips Ice More Booze Trail Mix
Post by dogglesnoffer on May 19, 2008 2:31:07 GMT -5
Add some vitamin b to the list for the impending hangover.
We're bringing bagels with cream cheese and turkey / fruit and vege's / muffins / more cheese and crackers / PB &J / and other stuff like that for easy no cook food. We're working on a 'no washing dishes' set up. You can also buy bio degradable silverware made out of potato starch I think.
Oh, almost forgot the most important item. French press camping coffee mugs. Boil water and.. viola! If you live in Portland, next adventure has them for like $15. Otherwise, GI joes or REI has them as well I'm sure.
OK, you'll have to bring the camping stove but having decent coffee ((WILL)) make the difference on the 2nd and 3rd days for sure.