I plan on spending... about $500 on this trip. Depressing but I'm sure I will not regret it.
Dude I live in AZ too, and drove out to the Gorge for Sasquatch. It took me about 28 hours non-stop driving, and a solid $650 after tickets when all said and done... I did have to replace a tire and a battery mid-trip, whoops... It's worth every fucking penny, and then some. It's not just that Sasquatch is cheaper... it's not just that IMO they have consistently had better lineups... It's not just the scenery of the Gorge, but it's the whole fucking ordeal... And believe me it's an ordeal, it always will be, but again it's worth every second, every headache, every heartbreak and oh so much.
Just plan ahead and bring your own "supplies," stop in Flag to pick up your goods and head on north. Going through Utah, and Idaho is a blast, for no fucking reason, it's just fun. Try to make time to come back down the coast. If it can be done, then done right it's a solid two week trip, but it's completely indelible.
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Post by Horned Gramma on Oct 27, 2010 8:26:56 GMT -8
Before Squatch `10, there was a discussion about campsite flags. dontoro here has some dorky brahma bull flag (toro? bull? get it?) and he posted a picture of it.
I made a joke about tracking him down and stealing it, and in all seriousness he told me that it was actually in-real-life booby trapped, and promised second- and third-degree burns on the hands of anyone who dared touch it.
I still say a campground-wide game of capture the flag is conspicuously absent from the Sasquatch experience.
pretty sure i already posted this, but my flag went missing the 2nd day and i was sure someone stole it so i figured fuck it, whatever. however the last day when i climbed on top of the the camper to detatch the other flag looky looky what blew off and landed on top!
yes, that was my genuine reaction after climbing down haha