Hey folks, just wondering if anybody actually was apart of this bus trip last year? Trying to figure out my way down to the Gorge, but don't want to invest my time into something that isn't legit. Thanks!
Post by Busey Nobus on Mar 7, 2012 16:24:51 GMT -5
That looks quite a bit more organized than what my friends and I put together. Also looks like it is a coach bus (think high back chairs, built in tv's and a real bathroom but no boozing unless you are sneaky) mine is a converted school bus with limo seating, a swiveling pole, lasers, fog and a stereo meant to crush your skull if I see fit. Also we had 3 buses that we camped in/on, not one bus that we dropped people off to fend for themselves. We didn't do a shuttle, we did this: blogs.seattleweekly.com/reverb/2011/05/sasquatchs_fifth_stage_kept_th_1.php
If it doesn't say Busey Bus, it's not the real thing!
And don't you forget it! lol
Yes fig, after being evicted every single night and robbed blind during the second night, we figured we would tone it down a bit this year. My friend sold his, and mine is in the shop currently, but I am still hoping and trying to at least make the voyage in mine this year. I am moving to Seattle once my house here in Montucky sells, so it will probably be coming from Bellingham with a stop in Seattle rather than the Missoula to Spokane route from last year. If anyone can't find any other ride, let me know!
HG, I'm glad that the nonsense of last year is all water under the bus now, I'd love to pour you and your wife a pint of Montana's finest brew from my new favorite Sasquatch staple if yall would like to make the pilgrimage to the bus(es)
What my new pig/new favorite Sasquatch staple will look like:
The pints will be much darker (Coldsmoke Scotch Ale), but you get the point
Once I was in Kentucky and I told some of the people I was hanging out with there that when we're talking about how backwater and redneck Montana is, we refer to it as "Montucky." They really didn't receive that well. People are defensive about their home states.
Of course it's easy for me, I'm from Ohio, the birthplace of leaders and revolutionaries, so I have nothing to be embarrassed about.