Sandusky, OH - Last year it took us about 10 hours to get to Wal-Mart, after multiple stops for gas, food, bathroom, etc. After that, though, it took an extra 5 hours to get into Roo! (We went the wrong way off the Wal-Mart exit and had to go an extra FIFTEEN MILES down before there was a place where we could turn around! Oh well, we got a nice camping spot)
Hopefully this year both of those times will be much shorter.
"Love need not be a command nor faith a dictum. I am my own god. We are here to unlearn the teachings of the church, state, and our educational system. We are here to drink beer. We are here to kill war. We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us." — Charles Bukowski
Post by SoulSociety on Jan 28, 2008 16:13:24 GMT -5
Denver, CO...................19-20 hours worth of anticipation getting there, 18-19 of complete boredom on the way back. For the record, driving through western Kansas sucks........it looks just like a piece of wheat toast!
if i go i'm coming from jacksonville,fl.........will take a helluva lineup to get me to trek north this year......i was lucky to live a little over an hour (chattanooga) from bonnaroo and attended '03-06, then moved to jax in '07 but still attended
For the record, driving through western Kansas sucks........it looks just like a piece of wheat toast!
That's the truth. I did a summer internship in Denver while I was in college (at LSU) and did the round trip twice between Boulder and Baton Rouge. Driving through Kansas ain't no fun.
If I go, I'll be coming from San Antonio. It's roughly 1,000 miles and I'm guessing around 16.5 hours with stops. We might stay in Nashville Wednesday night and head to Manchester VERY early on Thursday.
Post by KathrynMary on Jan 31, 2008 7:32:05 GMT -5
Lancaster, Pennsylvania We're about an hour an a half outside of Philly. So yeah sweet 12 hour drive....but we always end up stopping alot because every year we take somebody with the bladder the side of a peanut.