This probably sounds asinine but I would suggest Festival goers learn how to jump a car battery before going to the Gorge. More importantly, learn how to pop your hood. Last year on Tuesday morning a group of no less than five adolescents spent over 15 minutes trying to pop the hood to their parent’s car. As much as I enjoyed watching the group, they eventually caught my stare and before I could quickly look away I was asked to help them. I was a bit worried that this car’s hood was impenetrable. 15 seconds later I knew they were just dumbasses.
I don't know if it's worth it, but this might be a decent add to the first post of the thread.
Is that like a canopy/gazebo? If so, then yes, they are very useful. Shade when it's sunny, shelter when it's rainy, and a cool place to chill at night if you hang lights from it. Just be sure to stake it down!
Post by J. Walter Weatherman on Feb 28, 2011 11:09:56 GMT -5
I showed up at 4 in the morning my first year. We were going to leave on saturday morning really early, but one in the morning rolled around and we decided "fuck it! Let's take off" It worked out great, we actually ended up with the most space i've had.