The downside of having an awesome Sasquatch travel buddy who doesn't have her license and doesn't know how to drive stick. She is excellent company though. Last year my Sasquatch playlist got into a Bon Iver rut and I was looking fall asleep at the wheel-y, she immediately put on some loud metal to wake me the fuck up.
We're leaving promptly after work at 5pm today and starting the drive. We might stop over in Cranbrook for the night, or Coeur d'Alene depending on my Red Bull intake. If we end up staying in Cranbrook, saranater you are welcome to crash on our motel floor instead of your car, if you like. We're pretty cool people.
Post by CalmYoTits on May 21, 2013 12:49:57 GMT -8
Last year we lucked out and were camped near some people with a huge Jager flag - that definitely helped so this year we made our own. If you see a tie-dyed flag fashioned out of a cut-up pillow case that is advertising the presence of not one, but two s.assy betches, you should probably come say hello.
Post by CalmYoTits on May 21, 2013 10:42:32 GMT -8
Rusko is definitely the most bass drop trigger happy option, but there is no way in hell I'm missing the Postal Service just to flail to some womps. I will be saving my sticks for Walking on a Dream, it just feels right.
Post by CalmYoTits on May 21, 2013 10:09:50 GMT -8
Last year my friend and I packed everything up Monday afternoon before heading down to the venue, then we left right after Nero (one of the last sets). We didn't have too much trouble getting the car out, we asked one guy to move his car back like 6 inches in the afternoon because it looked a little tight. We drove to Seattle and didn't have any trouble with traffic, moreso with trying to not fall asleep at the wheel. Hit a McDicks on the way, met some other Sasquatchers who immediately pegged us based on the glowsticks in our hair, sunburns and random paint smears all over our legs. Drank some coffee, hit the road again and made it to Seattle alive.
Do you spell tire like tyre? This is just genuine curiosity.
Tire. Pyjamas. Although I know a ton of Canadians who are very un-Canadian in their spellings: color, honor, center pajamas, "double-you, ex, why and zee" etc. etc.
I have a question as well, and this is also genuine curiosity. Why do Americans look at me so funny when I ask for the washroom or the bathroom? I know you don't bath in a public toilet area, but you don't rest either!