Post by The Andy Duke on Feb 17, 2009 17:35:40 GMT -5
So, I will hopefully have my car all up and nice and running with my valid license and everything tip-top by Sasquatch weekend. Lets just assume I will.
So, I'm meeting some friends from the other side of the state(Oly). They're bringing the car we're camping in. As far as I know, I'm the on the East side(Spokane area) coming in my caravan. So, obviously, I don't want to pay $40 basically to park my vehicle, when I'm going to be hanging out in my friend's car all weekend.
So, would any of you reccomend parking my car somewhere in the Quincy-area for the weekend? Its just some beater car(1990 Ford Tempo), so its not like I'm going to be leaving a Benz unattended for 3-4 days, so I doubt theft, vandalism would be an issue? Or should I just pay for either a)camping with my car or b)a bus ticket from Spokane to the Gorge area(probably around $40 as well).
Have any of you guys ever done something like this?
Post by The Andy Duke on Feb 17, 2009 17:50:42 GMT -5
yeah, that's kinda what I'm afraid of. No one in the area that I know of unfortunately.
I'm thinking if I park it near the back of like a supermarket or something I might be ok, but I don't know. I'm just thinking of back home(I come from a tiny town myself. about 2500 residents). People leave cars in the Safeway parking lot for days, and as long as its not taking up a front space or something, they're usually left alone, even by the wannabe thugs and methheads.
Post by thecure102 on Feb 17, 2009 17:53:50 GMT -5
My best friend is from Quincy and actually is there visiting now. I will ask her if there are any places like that that might be "safer" than others in regards to not getting towed. I'll let ya know. Off topic, but her and her hubby are WSU alums and their sister is going there now. So go Cougs!!
Post by goodvedderbest on Mar 23, 2009 1:12:23 GMT -5
I was wondering about this also. I'm coming from Spokane and meeting someone coming from Portland. I'm just going to be parked from Fri- early Mon if that's any help. I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks!