I've always camped at the Gorge and always loved it until this last year. They got some shit under control, for instance the honey buckets were cleaned more regularly/thoroughly. But we had the worst neighbors I've ever had, guys that were just loud all night, and not in a fun, come party with us way. We just decided to try something new and see if it's as fun.
Post by know ID yuh on Jan 5, 2011 19:33:48 GMT -8
I can safely say I will never camp at Wildhorse for two reasons.
A. Waiting for a Shuttle - It already sucks waiting in line to get in the venue, but if I had to wait in line to catch a shuttle prior to being allowed to wait in line to enter the venue, I might just lose my mind. I hate waiting though. At the end of the night, guess, what, you get to wait in line again. If you hit it perfectly, you will get back to camp quicker than us regular campers, but I rather enjoy the walk back to regular camping. Again, I would rather spend 20 minutes walking, than even five minutes waiting.
B. Old people. It's cool, you are old. I'm older than many of you, but I like being near the party. It's like going to Burning Man, but staying at a hotel down the road.
General camping, if for nothing else, is 100% worth staying in just to be able to unzip your tent in the morning and obtain a glimpse into what a post-apocalyptic world full of zombies and decay would look like.
I would never camp anywhere but general camping, and this is coming from a guy who awoke from his tent last year only to find a brown slimy substance that was either puke but more likely diarrhea less that a foot away. We just laid some newspapers over it "Big Daddy" style, and started our day. Great story.
Holy shit, not only do I have the same tent but one year I may have bounced off of my neighbors tent trying to get to mine. so they un-poled it right before they left in the morning. I woke up inside of it like an envelope. exactly like that