Post by DiligentIntelligence on Jan 31, 2009 16:39:57 GMT -5
the page is new... i kinda thought there would be more people that use both... like i got funny looks for bringing it up... at any rate... i live 985 miles from the farm...middle of nowhere...south dakota. and my first was last year...and when bonnaroo was done, we kept going to myrtle beach, south carolina. it was a three thousand mile trip, in a prius... our half of the gas bill for the whole trip was 150 bucks... niiiice. i wouldve have loved to get into the action back before it was even bonnaroo... and i certainly one time before i die, want to visit the farm when no ones there... kinda like hardcore mike... yeah. anyway, has anyone been to the farm when no ones there? that would be intense. but i guess my wish list happened in 2006... atmosphere, matisyahu, and elvis costello... weak. but i tell ya this much, i will not miss another one for the life of me... and its because of all of you... so heres to ya. see ya at the farm. (new beats arriving daily : diligentintelligence)
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I was there when i was 10 and my family was on a driving around the country vacation. Saw the corn palace, Rushmore, Black hills, Badlands. Stopped in a cool old west town...i forget the name. Landscapes are awesome worth the visit.
Post by billclinton on Feb 23, 2009 22:50:26 GMT -5
To be honest, Manchester is NOTHING to really go out of your way to visit. 361 days out of the year it's just another small Tennessee town. But if you were vacationing in Nashville or something and just drove out there, since it's about an hour to an hour and a half away, that would be alot more sensible.