Labor Dave Weekend 2013

6 Sep

Once I had gone to the concert and scouted out the situation, I knew how to better prepare.

There is nothing really out in the middle of WAshington so I learned to pack our own food/bev.

There is nothing really out in the middle of WAshngton so I knew better than to hang out around the venue too early. It’s literally a dirt parking lot. And Quincy, nearby apparently doesn’t like money, so every time we’ve gone through there, no matter the day of the week or time–everything is closed. Ugh and do NOT attempt to visit or eat at that nearby golf community. They are horrible, and on a prior trip we literally dined and awkwardly left without paying, b/c our waitress got distracted with her friends, and the bartender literally ignored us standing at the counter even though we were the ONLY ones in there. It was so weird–we never do that.

We decided to do some exploring and hiking in the county.

So we went to some caves and also Soap Lake, which really does bubble like there’s dish soap or something in the water. The Native Americans used it as a healing water.

And of course we did some tail-gaiting. And felt extra cool with cans of craft beer. Seriously, bring your own food and pre-game, because the Gorge Amphitheater is not well stocked, doesn’t ever have good selection, and the prices are EGREGIOUS!

We also made more of an effort to get pics inside the venue. Though we’ve yet to get that perfect angle.

Concerts are fun! Even if you can only afford lawn tickets.

Then we camped at Feathers, because driving 3.5 hours home that late at night is NOT a thing. I think 2013 was our most favorite and success ful year.

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