Post by robertcarter on May 16, 2011 11:54:10 GMT -5
I broke up with my girlfriend yesterday. Granted, we seem to do that about once a month. But I think (I hope) it's for good this time. The plan was for us to go to Sasquatch together. Now, I'm forced to go solo. Which is cool, as I've never spent more than a couple days without a familiar face to fall back on.
I need to start warming up my social skills. Begining now. Anyone who needs a ride from Las Vegas, or anywhere along the 93/84/82 route, I've got plenty of room. I'm twenty-five, positive-minded, and love to crank the stereo to maximum volume.
Post by Catherine Sun Chips on May 16, 2011 12:03:23 GMT -5
Congrats (?) on the break up, RobertCarter! I only say that because Sasuqatch will be the perfect opportunity for you to let loose and forget about the ex drama. Good luck getting a ride and have a blast!
Post by robertcarter on May 20, 2011 21:10:24 GMT -5
Sorry, I won't be traveling through San Fran or Idaho Falls. I'm going through the Nevada desert, where no one lives. The only major towns I'll be hitting are Twin Falls and Boise. Then through the northeast of Oregon.
Now that I think about it, I don't know why I posted this. I'm taking a pretty obscure route.
Also, yes, I like acid. The only time I did it, my camping neighbor gave it to me on Sunday of Coachella 2010. Julian Casablancas looked ten feet tall.
And no, my cat will not be riding along, but I gaurantee all passengers in my car will be sexually uncomfortable.
I was at Casablancas in 2010 as well. They really did need to make those tents bigger, or thought about putting him in the Outdoor Stage.
We are going to Sasquatch from Vegas as well, but stopping for a few days in Montana to see family. Did your girlfriend keep her pass, or did you sell it, or burn it?
For a second, I thought I'd be the only Las Vegan there. Have fun in Montana. I always think of this Steinbeck quote: "Montana seems to me to be what a small boy would think Texas is like from hearing Texans."