Steamboat 1.

And, we’re back! Two nice, sunny days and three so-so days filled with smoke from nearby fires but that didn’t stop this crew! BLs were consumed, mosquitoes were killed and action became the name of the game. More pics to come….

The Rock.
Hurray for Steamboat!
High five for Steamboat!
I flip for Steamboat!

The good stuff.

Necessary gaming.

Our view from our campsite. Not bad…..

Bon voyage.

Heading to our happy place shortly! Hello Steamboat! Can’t wait to unplug and dip my toes into that deep blue lake (BL in hand of course!) Out of all the trips we take, this one is my hands down favorite. We missed it last year due to the move into our new house so I’ll be looking to make up for lost time. I suspect I won’t have a problem…..

We made it!

Feeling good on day 2!

Well consider Sasquatch 2014 a wrap my friends! I can’t believe it’s over. Phew! What a weekend! I’ve been to many shows in my lifetime, but this was my first multi-day festival. I was a bit nervous about it – the heat, the endless standing, the crazy people…..but I made it out alive abet on the tired side.We stayed at Wildhorse Campground (highly, highly recommended) which had a shuttle to the festival, hot and more importantly clean showers, an espresso stand AND a grill that made wraps and burgers. People, this is the way to go if you are to visit the Gorge. That GA camping should be banned. Seriously. Ick.

Highlights of the weekend included: Outkast, Queens of the Stone Age, Big Freedia, MIA, Phantogram, Phosphorescent, Major Lazer, Crystal Fighters and Lucius.

Observations of the weekend included: bras as tops (wtf ladies?), glow bracelets are confiscation material, Gorge elephant ears aren’t exactly elephant ears but taste awesome anyways, open air showers rule, conversations with strangers are always entertaining,  earplugs are nerdy but necessary and tater tot nachos are actually kinda good 🙂

The crew.
The Bigfoot Stage – some of the best performances were here.
Taking a seat.
The end of a weekend. Yes, I’m old and wear earplugs.


Snuck away for a few days for our annual camping trip to Steamboat Rock in Eastern WA. Should have took more pics but I was too busy relaxing and unwinding! Was great to get some acutal sun – 90 degrees the entire time we were there. Didn’t do much besides boat and drink. The lake was much lower than in previous years which made launching the boats a bit more of a challenge, but we solidered through it!

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