Post by treblehoney on Apr 3, 2012 14:27:33 GMT -8
I'm actually flying in to Seattle and then taking the shuttle to the gorge, but I don't mind at all renting a car and coming to pick you up. The only request I have is if you can wear a collar and I can call you 'Fish Magician'. It won't be as weird as it sounds (well I may sob a little as I call you 'Fish Magician', but I'll probably get a grip and keep it cool 30mins or so after that).
You are free to bring CD's with minimum profanity (ie. No Cee-Lo Green) and I hope you enjoy hummus and graham crackers!
Post by treblehoney on Feb 24, 2012 0:06:06 GMT -8
My mom gave me enough money (she said it is for my next 6 birthdays) to have Fish Magician stuffed. I don't think the taxidermist did a very good job, though. A lot of people tell me it looks like a "fake" cat, which really hurts to hear, but at times I think they are right.
Good to know animal lovers stick together. Bringing Fish Magician again this year treblehoney?
Sadly, Fish Magician passed away in July last year, right before his 23rd birthday.
He was the bestest friend I ever had. I think he went peacefully, though. He had developed Shingles at the start of the year and I needed to brush them away from his skin twice a day. He always seemed to like it so much. I think it really soothed him, though I did need to give him his sedative always 1 hour before the shingle brushing away. Perhaps it was that which soothed him so. Anyway, I always used these brushing sessions as a time to just sit and talk with him, he was the best listener! (Especially after the sedative. He he.) and after each session he'd shake the Shingle flakes away from his skinny hips and turn to me and give me the most comforting "meow". On the day he died, he never did shake his crusted Shingles away, he never did turn to me... he just kept sleeping with the soothing memory of a friend who cared for him deeply and the soft bristles of a brush easing him into the most comforting of sleeps.
This chick probably doesn't even like animals. Don't listen to this Bee to tha Eee to tha Zee to that ITCH. Animals are awesome. Love them and bring them to festivals, all haters can shut up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post by treblehoney on Feb 23, 2012 23:18:00 GMT -8
I brought my cat inside the grounds in 2008. We had to sneak him in. If your dog is too big to sneak in the bottom of a backpack, there is a hole in the fence by the Yeti you can easily sneak them in. Once my cat was inside we had no problems. One yellow shirt even petted Fish Magician (his Cat name).
Ha ha ha. Sorry I guess that did seem to come out of the blue. I had mentioned the whole sneaking our cat thing in another thread I created about looking for some one to join me in driving and sleeping at Sasquatch.
Post by treblehoney on May 4, 2011 23:53:07 GMT -8
We always bring our cat to Sasquatch. That was the only year we were able to sneak him in, but if there ever needed to be an "only year we were able to sneak him in", it had to be the year the Cure was there! Also BiCly aren't my favorite band or anything, but I do like them a lot and they tend to really pick me up when I am feeling sad. They also have some pretty insightful lyrics regarding religion and spirituality too!
Post by treblehoney on May 4, 2011 23:26:06 GMT -8
Sorry, I meant to say Biffy Clyro. Geeze, I really like them and they kinda mean a lot to me. I don't have many friends who listen to music (pretty much none of them do) so maybe they aren't considered to be a "good" band. I guess that explains the lack of festival appearances. I will still see them but maybe I won't be so vocal about it. Sorry again.