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Title: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 02, 2011, 11:24:01 pm
I don't know anyone else who would go. Going by myself sounds expensive and, honestly, horrifying.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Sovereign Curtis on May 03, 2011, 08:01:44 am
LOL, horrifying how? Are you extremely shy/anti-social?

Where would you be coming from?
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 03, 2011, 08:22:58 am
Yes, the idea of driving for six hours going to a place where I literally don't know anyone scares the hell out of me. I would be fine if I was going with someone I know. I've gone to conventions and spent most of the day with people I've never met, but there a certain difference (at least the way I imagine it) going with someone I know. I guess I just have an irrational fear of meeting new people. I *think* it doesn't show otherwise.

I live in central New Jersey.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: CurtHowland on May 03, 2011, 10:38:01 am
I live in central New Jersey.

That's the problem.

No where else is like central NJ.

I'm dreadfully shy myself, although I seem to hide it well if I can believe what others have said. As a fellow shy person, I will say flat out that there is nothing to worry about at PorcFest. Seriously. No one is going to hold you to any expectations.

There is tremendous respect for private space, as well as private property, by everyone I've met.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Sovereign Curtis on May 03, 2011, 10:46:06 am
Check out the NJ Convoy to PorcFest group! You can make friends now, and have some folks to ride up with!
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_187756107911791

And perhaps you have friends in states to the south of you. Perhaps they too are coming to PorcFest. You could get a ride with one of them.

Either way we're friendly folks, and you have nothing to be a afraid of (save the prospect of wussing out and NOT attending! THAT would be scary)
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Pat K on May 03, 2011, 11:55:02 am
For Pete's sake, YOU LIVE IN NJ !!!!!!!!!!!!

How much worse could any place else be?  ;D

Come on up!

I will buy ya a beer.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: rossby on May 03, 2011, 11:58:08 am
Yes, the idea of driving for six hours going to a place where I literally don't know anyone scares the hell out of me.

We don't bite. [Insert standard libertarian joke about consenting adults here.]

Indeed, it could be a waste of your weekend. You could go, and nobody might like you, and it might rain the whole time, and you get sprayed by a skunk, and your hot dog buns might get all soggy because you lost that little plastic clip thingy, and you got a flat tire on the way home :'(

Or, it could be one of the best things you'll ever do for yourself. And you'll meet some nice people. ;D

Choices.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Pat K on May 03, 2011, 12:56:30 pm
I freaking hate when I lose that little plastic clip thingy!
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 03, 2011, 04:21:10 pm
Well, I'm convinced. (Yes, I realize it didn't take much)

I have a few questions.
About how much should I expect it to cost, all things included?
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Dreepa on May 03, 2011, 05:14:34 pm
What are little plastic thingies for hot dogs?


$$  Random thoughts:

$30 Reg fee... (use code DREEPA and get 20% off.... and I might even give you 2 of Pat's beers)
$25 per night camping fee... (you might find someone to split a site with you)
$ for food 
$ for crap you might buy at Agora Alley.

Having a beer with Dreepa and Pat?  Priceless.
That is it.

If you ask for me... Dreepa.... I will ask you 10 questions and then I bet I can introduce you to some people you will like. (10 questions will be to find out what kind of person you want to meet...seriously I have no problem introducing you to people I know at Pfest...and people I don't know)
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: rossby on May 03, 2011, 05:34:21 pm
What are little plastic thingies for hot dogs?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bread_clip

I love you, interwebs.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Dreepa on May 03, 2011, 05:36:33 pm
ahhh for some reason I was thinking it was some way to eat the hotdogs etc... wasn't thinking of that.

Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Denis Goddard on May 03, 2011, 06:05:39 pm
10 questions will be to find out what kind of person you want to meet
hot
blonde
tall
...
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 03, 2011, 07:53:43 pm
$25 per night camping fee... (you might find someone to split a site with you)

any idea how to find someone to split it?
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Floridian on May 03, 2011, 08:00:52 pm
$25 per night camping fee... (you might find someone to split a site with you)

any idea how to find someone to split it?
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: slothman on May 03, 2011, 10:11:32 pm
I am shy too.
I definitately wouldn't go without someone I knew.
I don't do well with new people.
Maybe 1 or 2 at a time.
A convention though seem too many for me.

As for private space, I think there is a difference between private property and private people.
I am not that bad but it seems like people would think badly of a hermit who crawls away and tries to look interested about a potted plant.
My guess is that people here say they don't mind but for a person like that they actually wouldn't like it.

Did you talk about the hotdog clip and know the hotdog package was the example on Wiki?
Or is the a coincidence?
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: freedomroad on May 04, 2011, 12:48:17 am
$25 per night camping fee... (you might find someone to split a site with you)

any idea how to find someone to split it?

Yeah, a bunch of people are looking to split.  In fact, I've split with someone else every year.  I'll split with someone again this year but I'm not going to look until I am sure what days I'll be attending.

There is a section of this forum and then if you go to porcfest.com there is another forum there.  You just make a post saying that you would like to split a site.  I usually have someone else get the site and then offer to share it with them.  I've stayed on sites where there was only two of us, sites with three people and even a couple nights where there were four of us on one site.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: freedomroad on May 04, 2011, 12:52:11 am
I am shy too.
I definitately wouldn't go without someone I knew.
I don't do well with new people.
Maybe 1 or 2 at a time.
A convention though seem too many for me.

A lot of us are shy.  You can make connections right here ahead of time.

There is a schedule and it lists a ton of events.  Attend events you are interested in.  Say hi to the people next to you at the event (be it a hike, a speech, the group photo, a concert or whatever.)  If they seem cool, it is OK to say that you are new to all of this and that you aren't sure what to do later in the day.  Ask them if they have a suggestion.  Feel free to look at the schedule with them.  Who knows, they may even suggest that you attend an event with them later in the day or the next day :)
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: rossby on May 04, 2011, 01:22:08 am
Want to meet people at PorcFest?

(1) wear your name tag every day.
(2) conspicuously look at other people's name tags; introduce yourself.

Especially if you're an introvert, PF is a good place to just practice being social. No one will bite. Say hi. Have an awkward silence. Laugh about it. It won't kill ya. Really, if you want to meet people, just ask to be introduced! People are very friendly, respectful, and typically reserved in their judgment. Hell. You can come find me and say, "I want to meet people, but I don't know anyone." I'll walk you around and we'll talk to people. Really easy. That's just how we roll up here.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Adrienne on May 04, 2011, 01:50:49 am
I am extremely shy too. Like, ridiculously shy.

I attended PorcFest in 2008 but I wasn't really interested in moving to New Hampshire then nor reflecting on the bigger picture of it all. This year's 2011 event I'll be going again and even just made a post inviting complete strangers to ride with me from NY to NH in my car. :D Of course, I'd get to know the person at least a little bit beforehand but, they're not a total stranger if they support liberty as far as I'm concerned. There's instant common ground. In 2008 I didn't have the best experience I could have had because I didn't participate as much as I could.  I hear it's bigger than ever now with even more activities and wonderful lectures. I regret not chatting with more people and being friendlier. This time, I'm definitely going to make the most of it. Anyway, I just wanted to say, you're definitely not alone and I hope you attend. :)  
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 04, 2011, 11:04:40 am
I found someone to split a site with.

Now the only concern is that I haven't been camping since I was like 12; I have no idea what I'll need or even what I have.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Russell Kanning on May 04, 2011, 12:30:59 pm
plan for rain every day
you can hide from people if you want .... but then why be at porcfest
remember that the place is crawling with other libertarian geek loners .... you will find others
most people find piles of friends
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Ward Griffiths on May 04, 2011, 09:44:47 pm
I found someone to split a site with.

Now the only concern is that I haven't been camping since I was like 12; I have no idea what I'll need or even what I have.

If you don't have them yet, stop at Campmor in Paramus on your way up and get a tent and a sleeping bag.

Unfortunately, it looks like La Esposa and I can't make it this time.  Stuck in a fair facsimile of Hell (Hudson County).

Hopefully, this means the chili will be that much better next year.  This year I'm adjusting to the way not using beer affects the flavor balance of other ingredients.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 04, 2011, 10:08:23 pm
If you don't have them yet, stop at Campmor in Paramus on your way up and get a tent and a sleeping bag.

On my way, wat? It's still a month and a half way.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Dreepa on May 04, 2011, 10:11:00 pm
I found someone to split a site with.

Now the only concern is that I haven't been camping since I was like 12; I have no idea what I'll need or even what I have.

tent
tarp
sleeping bag
sleeping pad

maybe a chair
that is all you REALLY need.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: CurtHowland on May 05, 2011, 10:51:52 am
Unfortunately, it looks like La Esposa and I can't make it this time.  Stuck in a fair facsimile of Hell (Hudson County).

Gad blast it, you and I are just NEVER going to bump into each other!

Sadly, I rented a room at Rogers Wednesday through Saturday, and depending on whether or not I find work I may not be able to go either. I doubt I'll get a refund, when I know better I'll just put the room up for auction on Ebay or something stupid like that.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ny2nh on May 05, 2011, 01:38:29 pm
I found someone to split a site with.

Now the only concern is that I haven't been camping since I was like 12; I have no idea what I'll need or even what I have.

tent
tarp
sleeping bag
sleeping pad

maybe a chair
that is all you REALLY need.

There are plenty of Walmarts close to the highway in NH (i.e. Derry, Manchester, Bedford, Hooksett) - where you will pay no sales tax on anything you need. They have tents, sleeping bags, mats, folding chairs, coolers....pretty much anything you could need. There is a Walmart not all too far from Roger's - about a 15 minute drive if I recall - in case you find you really need something that you did not bring.

You might want a small cooler or a flashlight as well.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Liberty603 on May 05, 2011, 05:05:08 pm
Regarding things one might want to bring for camping:

Tent: I bought my tent at Walmart for about $25 - "Ozark Trail" brand. I am sure diehards would snub their noses at it, but for a cheap tent it is pretty good. I have owned other cheap-midrange tents in the past and this is the best (in terms of ease of setup and keeping me dry)

Tarp: Might be a good idea but I've never used one. Even the cheap Walmart tent comes with a rain fly and a waterproof (tarp-like) bottom, and keeps you relatively dry.

Sleeping bag: Another Walmart purchase. You really don't need anything fancy to camp in NH in June...   $9.88  http://goo.gl/HEW3d

Sleeping pad: I find it's most comfortable to sleep on one of those eggcrate foam mattress pads, folded in half. I don't remember how much they cost, but should be pretty cheap. A more compact alternative is a thin inflatable air-pad, but I don't find those very comfortable, personally.

Pillow: Yes, this should be obvious, but since it wasn't on the list, figured I'd mention it as a reminder... :)

Flashlights: Yes, good idea. You can get an LED flashlight really cheap these days.

Extension cord: If you're staying at a site with electricity, bring one of these ("outdoor" type, preferably) for convenient charging of your electronic gadgets...

Chair: A portable folding chair is nice to have. $9.88 @ Walmart http://goo.gl/36J9r

Food: By the looks of it, this Porcfest will have more ready-to-eat food for sale than ever (not to mention drinks...)  But if you are on a really tight budget you might want to bring some cheap munchies that don't require cooking/preparation.

Water: I usually find it's handy to bring a couple gallons of spring water ($0.50/c gal at my local grocery store) just for convenient tooth brushing and other incidental use. But that's strictly optional/matter of preference.

Trash bags: For trash, dirty laundry, etc

Shower shoes: Maybe I'm coming out of the closet as a mild germophobe by writing this, but I kind of like to wear flip-flops while using the campground shower. Speaking of showering, bring towels, of course...

Bug Spray There might be some mosquitoes...
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Jeff LaGrange on May 05, 2011, 05:16:37 pm
Yes, the idea of driving for six hours going to a place where I literally don't know anyone scares the hell out of me. I would be fine if I was going with someone I know. I've gone to conventions and spent most of the day with people I've never met, but there a certain difference (at least the way I imagine it) going with someone I know. I guess I just have an irrational fear of meeting new people. I *think* it doesn't show otherwise.

I live in central New Jersey.

You live in a state that most people cringe just hearing the name. New Englanders are some of the nicest people I have ever met. Will someone "host" this person, LOL.
Then give them a gun so they feel safe.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Liberty603 on May 05, 2011, 05:18:21 pm
You live in a state that most people cringe just hearing the name. New Englanders are some of the nicest people I have ever met. Will someone "host" this person, LOL.
Then give them a gun so they feel safe.

+1. Except (unlike NJ, perhaps...), you don't need a gun to feel safe.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: CurtHowland on May 05, 2011, 06:19:59 pm
Then give them a gun so they feel safe.

Sudden image of Christopher Lee in "The Man With The Golden Gun", saying, "A harmless toy."

People who have seen the movie will remember the quote.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Sovereign Curtis on May 08, 2011, 08:24:46 am
Unfortunately, it looks like La Esposa and I can't make it this time.  Stuck in a fair facsimile of Hell (Hudson County).

Gad blast it, you and I are just NEVER going to bump into each other!

Sadly, I rented a room at Rogers Wednesday through Saturday, and depending on whether or not I find work I may not be able to go either. I doubt I'll get a refund, when I know better I'll just put the room up for auction on Ebay or something stupid like that.

Better to cancel early and give them a chance to fill the room.
I was just up at Roger's yesterday, talking with the owner, and he said if they can fill the room (they've got a waiting list, right now), you'll get a refund.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Adrienne on May 15, 2011, 05:33:46 pm
Regarding things one might want to bring for camping:

Tent: I bought my tent at Walmart for about $25 - "Ozark Trail" brand. I am sure diehards would snub their noses at it, but for a cheap tent it is pretty good. I have owned other cheap-midrange tents in the past and this is the best (in terms of ease of setup and keeping me dry)

Tarp: Might be a good idea but I've never used one. Even the cheap Walmart tent comes with a rain fly and a waterproof (tarp-like) bottom, and keeps you relatively dry.

Sleeping bag: Another Walmart purchase. You really don't need anything fancy to camp in NH in June...   $9.88  http://goo.gl/HEW3d

Sleeping pad: I find it's most comfortable to sleep on one of those eggcrate foam mattress pads, folded in half. I don't remember how much they cost, but should be pretty cheap. A more compact alternative is a thin inflatable air-pad, but I don't find those very comfortable, personally.

Pillow: Yes, this should be obvious, but since it wasn't on the list, figured I'd mention it as a reminder... :)

Flashlights: Yes, good idea. You can get an LED flashlight really cheap these days.

Extension cord: If you're staying at a site with electricity, bring one of these ("outdoor" type, preferably) for convenient charging of your electronic gadgets...

Chair: A portable folding chair is nice to have. $9.88 @ Walmart http://goo.gl/36J9r

Food: By the looks of it, this Porcfest will have more ready-to-eat food for sale than ever (not to mention drinks...)  But if you are on a really tight budget you might want to bring some cheap munchies that don't require cooking/preparation.

Water: I usually find it's handy to bring a couple gallons of spring water ($0.50/c gal at my local grocery store) just for convenient tooth brushing and other incidental use. But that's strictly optional/matter of preference.

Trash bags: For trash...

Shower shoes: Maybe I'm coming out of the closet as a mild germophobe by writing this, but I kind of like to wear flip-flops while using the campground shower. Speaking of showering, bring towels, of course...

Whew, excellent advice.

I would just add that even though it's summer, the nights can get very cold on the hard ground. At least for me. I'm extremely sensitive to cold. I was ill-prepared in 2008 and felt the cold in my very bones, the cold rain rousted me from my sleep. Not fun. Maybe bring a thermorest pad of some kind or put a wool blank under you and maybe on top too. The ground can suck a lot of heat especially when wet. Speaking of warmth, the best blanket I've ever used weighed a ton from the Red Cross. I wish I could get my hands on one of those but I don't see them for sale anywhere.

Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ethicalcrackpot on May 15, 2011, 09:28:16 pm
Regarding things one might want to bring for camping:

Tent: I bought my tent at Walmart for about $25 - "Ozark Trail" brand. I am sure diehards would snub their noses at it, but for a cheap tent it is pretty good. I have owned other cheap-midrange tents in the past and this is the best (in terms of ease of setup and keeping me dry)

Tarp: Might be a good idea but I've never used one. Even the cheap Walmart tent comes with a rain fly and a waterproof (tarp-like) bottom, and keeps you relatively dry.

Sleeping bag: Another Walmart purchase. You really don't need anything fancy to camp in NH in June...   $9.88  http://goo.gl/HEW3d

Sleeping pad: I find it's most comfortable to sleep on one of those eggcrate foam mattress pads, folded in half. I don't remember how much they cost, but should be pretty cheap. A more compact alternative is a thin inflatable air-pad, but I don't find those very comfortable, personally.

Pillow: Yes, this should be obvious, but since it wasn't on the list, figured I'd mention it as a reminder... :)

Flashlights: Yes, good idea. You can get an LED flashlight really cheap these days.

Extension cord: If you're staying at a site with electricity, bring one of these ("outdoor" type, preferably) for convenient charging of your electronic gadgets...

Chair: A portable folding chair is nice to have. $9.88 @ Walmart http://goo.gl/36J9r

Food: By the looks of it, this Porcfest will have more ready-to-eat food for sale than ever (not to mention drinks...)  But if you are on a really tight budget you might want to bring some cheap munchies that don't require cooking/preparation.

Water: I usually find it's handy to bring a couple gallons of spring water ($0.50/c gal at my local grocery store) just for convenient tooth brushing and other incidental use. But that's strictly optional/matter of preference.

Trash bags: For trash...

Shower shoes: Maybe I'm coming out of the closet as a mild germophobe by writing this, but I kind of like to wear flip-flops while using the campground shower. Speaking of showering, bring towels, of course...

Whew, excellent advice.

I would just add that even though it's summer, the nights can get very cold on the hard ground. At least for me. I'm extremely sensitive to cold. I was ill-prepared in 2008 and felt the cold in my very bones, the cold rain rousted me from my sleep. Not fun. Maybe bring a thermorest pad of some kind or put a wool blank under you and maybe on top too. The ground can suck a lot of heat especially when wet. Speaking of warmth, the best blanket I've ever used weighed a ton from the Red Cross. I wish I could get my hands on one of those but I don't see them for sale anywhere.


I have a sleeping bag for like 0 degrees and a cheap piece of shit one, going to bring both.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: ny2nh on May 16, 2011, 07:18:46 am
I would just add that even though it's summer, the nights can get very cold on the hard ground. At least for me. I'm extremely sensitive to cold. I was ill-prepared in 2008 and felt the cold in my very bones, the cold rain rousted me from my sleep. Not fun. Maybe bring a thermorest pad of some kind or put a wool blank under you and maybe on top too. The ground can suck a lot of heat especially when wet. Speaking of warmth, the best blanket I've ever used weighed a ton from the Red Cross. I wish I could get my hands on one of those but I don't see them for sale anywhere.

Pick up an air mattress at WalMart.....not only will it provide more comfortable sleep, it will get you off the ground, which helps with cooler temps. Plus - in the event that it rains - which you should expect - and your tent happens to leak, being up off the ground a bit will keep you and your sleeping bag dry. Staying dry is the key on rainy camping days!
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Adrienne on May 21, 2011, 11:00:46 pm
I bought a $29.00 air mattress from Target and used it for a month before I got a regular mattress. I hated it. It felt very cold even indoors. It was like sleeping on a bubble of cold air. Nothing beats soft layers underneath and on top in my experience. I'm very sensitive to cold though.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: LiftsBoxes on May 22, 2011, 08:14:19 am
When you come up here from NJ (or MI, or FL, or NY, or CA) one of the things that will likely surprise you is how many people you meet who also once lived in NJ (or MI, or FL, or...).
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Adrienne on May 30, 2011, 02:52:22 am
I just had to say OH. MY. GOD. ...... I just discovered Alpaca blankets. I invested $90 in an alpaca blanket from Ecuador. It's one of the best purchases of my life. Lightweight, extremely soft. Incredible warmth. I'm so impressed.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Ti K on June 02, 2011, 08:16:06 am
It'll be my first time as well, so I have absolutely no idea what to expect.

So come say hi!

I'm originally from NJ (now living in VT) and as you know, Jersey folks can somehow talk about Jersey things endlessly so we have some common ground, lol.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: teamfortman on June 08, 2011, 03:32:35 am
I'm glad I'm not alone wanting to attend with someone I know. See my post at the porcfest forum,  http://porcfest.com/forum/thinking-about-attending#nav

I really considering attending and moving to NH as there is not a lot going on for me here. I have a job that can be replaced, no kids, no mortgage, and no wife ;)
Will people think I'm crazy if I bring all my army camping stuff ???? I really don't have the $$$ to buy new things...
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: sj on June 08, 2011, 10:19:47 am
10 questions will be to find out what kind of person you want to meet
hot
blonde
tall
...

Pretty sure you already met your wife  ;)
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: sj on June 08, 2011, 10:20:50 am
Want to meet people at PorcFest?

(1) wear your name tag every day.
(2) conspicuously look at other people's name tags; introduce yourself.

Especially if you're an introvert, PF is a good place to just practice being social. No one will bite. Say hi. Have an awkward silence. Laugh about it. It won't kill ya. Really, if you want to meet people, just ask to be introduced! People are very friendly, respectful, and typically reserved in their judgment. Hell. You can come find me and say, "I want to meet people, but I don't know anyone." I'll walk you around and we'll talk to people. Really easy. That's just how we roll up here.

The cool thing about PF is you already have something in common with everyone there.  It makes for easy and fast friendships.  Often, lasting friendships.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: lobstah on June 08, 2011, 11:45:54 am
i went in 09 with my wife and kids. we had fun with the camping bit, but were pretty shy so it wasn't very much fun overall. i'm going solo this year, and am DETERMINED to have fun and not just sit alone in my tent.
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: widdie on June 11, 2011, 11:07:00 am
This thread has been great!  This will be my (and hubby's) first time, as well, and I haven't camped in a couple of decades, so I have no idea what to expect.  I'm looking forward to meeting loads of new people - and brushing up on my rustic skills, too!

9 more days!   ;D
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: LoveFreedomAndLiberty on June 11, 2011, 08:50:34 pm
Turbo- RE: the shower shoes..... you are not alone :)
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Russell Kanning on June 17, 2011, 11:58:28 am
ya gotta go around and meet people
remember everyone at Rogers is there for porcfest, so you can introduce yourself
you can't wait for curtis to come roust you from your tent
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Liberty603 on June 21, 2011, 09:17:42 pm
I added "bug spray" to my list of suggested things to bring  :)
Title: Re: I'm thinking about going to PorcFest but
Post by: Denis Goddard on June 22, 2011, 06:20:01 am
Add "umbrellas" to the list ... :(

http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?query=03584