Last year it seemed there was a pretty steady stream of people coming in all night long, but the early morning hours are probably your best bet. The earlier the better. There'll be another huge crush of people arriving not long after that 6-7am window.
I plan on arriving between 6 and 7 am Friday figuring this will be near the lowest traffic time
Last year I got there at 4am Friday, eased my way in with no traffic, and then partied like a Yeti until 10am. It was awesome. If I wasn't so damn excited I would do it the same this year...but I JUST WANT TO BE THERE AS SOON AS SASQUATCHEDLY POSSIBLE TO HUG AND DRINK EVERYONE. YES I SAID DRINK EVERYONE.
No shit!? I just looked at your website - you're one of two people. I won't guess who. At least you don't have a bio on your website - I do (gulp).
So where do you travel? I actually do Oregon and parts of Washington for SMC, and parts of California too. I bet we've been at the same college fairs. Weird.
Holy shit sorry - I've been so overwhelmed in Sasquatch prep that I haven't looked at the board in a couple days and missed this.
I'm amazed that you were able to successfully navigate our website to even find a page I'm listed on, ha. The font is minuscule and the interface is......well it's not my fav. Anyhow, there are actually 3 of us that travel and process applications. And I'm Amy. I wonder if we have been at the same college fairs. My guess is actually not since we're an art school and recruit more at visual and performing art fairs like National Portfolio Days. They send me all over the country for those - right now my "territories" that I actually travel to are Southern CA, Washington County Oregon, Texas, Florida, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, DC, Maryland, Virginia, Idaho, Utah, and Pennsylvania. I have other states assigned to me for application processing but I don't necessarily fly to them for work. Basically from the end of September until the end of January I'm on the road.
Wow, sounds like you travel more than I do. Most of mine is close-ish, with the occasional trips to Seattle, Portland, Denver, Boise, etc. I'm also an expert at navigating shitty college websites, though yours isn't too bad. Very art-school-y.