Something came up, and I am probably going to try to sell my tickets. I got a ticket for my girl, and she is definitely not going now. I was hoping to have a ride. Now I am not sure. If I can't sell the tickets I will probably end up giving my other ticket to whoever will give me a ride, or who ever wants to ride up there with me if I have to drive my self, which is possible, but I don't have a lot of faith in my vehicles. My old pickup is dependable, but it is a gas hog.
Last Edit: Mar 23, 2012 10:10:11 GMT -8 by Cysquatch
The worst was when we were going to borrow one of those weird Japanese minivans and the person who was going to lend us to it backed out of the deal the day before we left! Asshole! We ended up finding the weirdest car rental place and rented a 1980's minivan and it was awesome.
Post by Horned Gramma on Mar 23, 2012 10:38:04 GMT -8
Either way, Lump, she's right -- there must be someone who can pick you up in Seattle and get you to the Gorge. Short of that, you could fly into Portland and hitch a ride with one of us (maybe with me and Stormy in Ro's haunted car).
Post by Horned Gramma on Mar 23, 2012 10:44:26 GMT -8
Now that is some Laurel and Hardy go to Bonnaroo shit.
FUN FACT about your dear old Horned Gramma: I am a card carrying member of the Sons of the Desert, the official International Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society (Tent #81, 'Them Thar Hills').
Somewhere there is a picture of me wearing a fez and an official Sons of the Desert sash performing the secret handshake with Stan Laurel's daughter and the man who played Spanky in the Our Gang/Little Rascals shorts at an Olive Garden restaurant in central California.
If by haunted you mean a 2011 Ford Fiesta with 20,000 miles and a light show you can utilize while on drugs than yes. Assuming I am moving, I won't need my car anymore. My only rules are don't fuck it up but if you do fuck it up, total it so I can get insurance money. Cool?