I'm concerned about space, too. Perhaps a discussion better reserved for the girly thread, I am notorious about overpacking. This year, however, I'm going to try very hard to only pack what I truly need, especially since we're flying. Here's hoping.
Post by FreshMentos on May 16, 2011 11:26:03 GMT -8
I've been yearning for this break from reality for a long time now. Especially since I skipped Coachella this year. I need a music festival dose at least once a year to stay sane, and I'm long overdue. Can't wait to lay my eyes on the gorge for the first time!
Definitely just had part of one of my teeth break off while eating, get this, a cheesesteak of all things! No nerve is exposed so it isn't painful but now I am terrified to chew anything on the right side of my mouth lest I break it even more.
Not only that, its t-minus 1 week or so till Squatch and my health insurance most likely doesn't cover any of the dentists in Boise since it is based in Maryland and I am in Boise
I am excited because I have met so many awesome people on here and I will finally get to meet all of you that want to party with good ole SWITCH! I am equally excited because Sasquatch marks a transition between living in a shitty college town and moving to Portland, so I will use the festival as a way to unwind and just fucking celebrate. Finally I am equally excited because my favorite band of all time will be performing on the main fucking stage of the best concert venue in the world! I must go now because I just peed my pants.
Post by HecticDialectic on May 16, 2011 21:07:35 GMT -8
I'm incredibly excited to go to my last major North American music festival before moving to Scotland, and to have one last great Man-venture with my best friend before I leave. That and seeing all of my sasquatch friends from years past , maybe some new ones from here, random dance parties on the campground roadways, and dancing my ass off.
You clearly haven't flown recently. I see people taking ridiculously large crap as carry on bags all the time, now that the airlines nickle and dime you for checked bags. I personally think those people are being somewhat douchy, but then again so are the airlines.
I really shouldn't be saying this, but here's a tip if you want to try it: If you know your carry on is oversized, get a window seat as far back on the plane as you can so you board first, and cram that fucker in an overhead bin as fast as you can once you're on the plane.