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#1 to #100 - The Complete List

#1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby Chris » Sat Jul 11, 2009 12:45 pm

1. Camp Howler – Whether you are a member of Camp Howler, “honorary” member, or plan on visiting, Camp Howler is the place to be for Moondance Jam 2009!
2. Meeting up with old friends
3. Hanging out with the G Family at the Meet and Greet and throughout the jam
4. Making new friends
5. Meeting Bill & Kathy - the best hosts in the world!
6. Visiting the camping areas
7. Camp Hippy
8. The Minnesota Whiskey Pigzz - 4:15 Thursday in the Saloon
9. Checking out the new tanks and tees
10. The fantastic shows that the phenomenal crew have arranged
11. Camping
12. DRINKO
13. Relaxing and enjoying the music and good times with your loved one/significant other
14. Moondance Staff and Crew
15. Good Weather - 80 DAS during the day and 60 D@N
16. Waiting all year and the day you leave finally arrives
17. Checking out the decorated campsites
18. People watching
19. The Camp Howler bar
20. Going VIP
21. Camping for 1st time
22. Beer Olympics
23. Being with fellow jammers
24. Chillin’ in a lawn chair listening to the bands
25. Journey
26. Hairball on the mainstage (hopefully)
27. VIP appetizers
28. The sound of that first can of beer opening as soon as you arrive at camp site
29. The road trip to the jam
30. The look on (enter your newbie here)’s face when the first band hits the stage (breaking in a new jammer).
31. Bands you didn’t expect to be good being awesome
32. Clean port-a-potties
33. Hanging out and joking around the campfire after the music
34. The feeling as you arrive at the gates as you turn the corner
35. Margaritaville
36. Dancing and hanging in sand pit
37. Getting a MDJ sticker on windshield
38. Checking the camping list and seeing who all you have to visit
39. Getting away from it all
40. Getting camp set up, waiting for your friends to finish so you are finally able to party together
41. Judas Priest starting with The Hellion/Electric Eye
42. Thundherstruck
43. Thin Lizzy :(
44. Friday night – Rock night!
45. Razz’s moccs
46. Seeing “Boogie Cat”
47. Ewe II (U2) the inflatable sheep in North Reserved
48. The Hooter’s girls (actually guys)
49. Cups Up!
50. No Rules! Party and act like a fool!!
51. Waking up, looking as your shoes, and wondering if you will fall over if you tie them
52. Finding out how many concerts (insert name here) missed
53. Playing beer pong
54. Dancing on the hill
55. The Jumbo Tron
56. Maui Showers
57. Bloody Mary’s and breakfast at the Lazy Moon
58. Cocktails
59. Apple Pie
60. Jello Shots
61. The Wednesday Pre-Jam Party
62. Saying “Holy Moly, I didn’t know they sang that!”
63. Tours on the bicycle
64. Buying a new album purse (or whatever you buy each year)
65. Meeting Willard
66. Jean and Don in VIP
67. Doug's home brew
68. Seeing what drink Moonmobile John has created
69. Walking through General
70. Visiting Camp Carnival
71. Driving into South Reserved and immediately seeing Camp Bear Huggers
72. Visiting friends in North Reserved
73. Checking out the pink flamingo at Camp Kocktail and Cattail
74. Checking out North Campground
75. Visiting Camp South Beerkota
76. Checking out Camp Nomad
77. Getting away and enjoying the North Country
78. Not having to work
79. VIP Drinks – Golden Light, Country Cocktails, etc.
80. The never ending supply of beads
81. The sheriff/highway patrol
82. Kind and patient vendors
83. Not having to ride the shuttle bus
84. Wondering how exciting the pole dancers will be
85. Drinking coffee and Bailey’s in the morning
86. The smell of breakfast and coffee from the Coleman stove in the morning
87. Cooking out on the grill every night.
88. Partying with your camping neighbours
89. Sleeping in the great outdoors
90. Finally getting to use that new camper
91. Getting your wristband
92. Decorating your campsite
93. Finding your campsite
94. Watching fellow Jammers show up knowing they share the same enthusiasm
95. Arriving and getting set up
96. Getting to Walker and knowing you are almost there
97. Driving through all the small towns on the way
98. Hanging with (enter name here) the night before the jam
99. Packing your camper/car
100. Short work week the week of the jam
The music brought me to Moondance Jam. The people bring me back.
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby Razz » Sat Jul 11, 2009 2:08 pm

Wow, I can't believe that the Pigzz cracked the top 10. That is unbelievable. I guess all those votes I cast really paid off....Seriously though, we are fired up and can't wait to Jam! I was stunned at the large turn out that we had last year, but I'm guessing it will be a little more intimate this year with our early start time. But fear not, we're going to be as Pignaciouzz as ever. Be safe and we'll see you soon!

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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby Whysper » Mon Jul 13, 2009 7:53 am

Wonderful list, but one tiny thing would improve it :P

There are 7 camps that made this list, and I only know how to find one of them. So here I am with a list of 7 camps that I "must" visit and I only know the camp/address of one

Camp Howler SR685

So where are these?

Camp Hippy
Camp Carnival
Camp Bear Huggers
Camp Kocktail & Cattail
Camp South Beerkota
Camp Nomad

If I had some location numbers to go with these it would make my checklist far easier to fulfill
Don't blame me, I'm working on rule number 14. :hippypeace:
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby The TyGuy » Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:10 am

Whysper wrote:Wonderful list, but one tiny thing would improve it :P

There are 7 camps that made this list, and I only know how to find one of them. So here I am with a list of 7 camps that I "must" visit and I only know the camp/address of one

Camp Howler SR685

So where are these?

Camp Hippy
Camp Carnival
Camp Bear Huggers
Camp Kocktail & Cattail
Camp South Beerkota
Camp Nomad

If I had some location numbers to go with these it would make my checklist far easier to fulfill


Camp Hippy (South Electrical)
Camp Carnival
Camp Bear Huggers (just down the road from camp Howler)
are all in SR

Camp Kocktail & Cattail
North Wooded Reserved (Just passed the guest house)

Camp South Beerkota
in NR

Camp Nomad
I believe is in South Wooded Reserved

Whysper - I don't believe I've met you yet. I'll have my map with me this year and can help you out if you'd like. The Ty Guy and Keeb will be at SR 670.
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby Lisa! » Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:34 am

Whysper... I have you on the G Fammers map (SR459) and if you PM me your home email, I can email you the full G Fam map.

Camp Hippy - V20+
Camp Carnival - S292+
Camp Bear Huggers - S176+
Camp Kocktail & Cattail - General, look for pink flamingo
Camp South Beerkota - S689 (Honorary Camp Howlereeniemoos!)
Camp Nomad - are not on G Fam map but are somewhere in SWooded

Should get the map emailed in the next couple hours, just waiting on one site confirmation.
PM me if questions...
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby Whysper » Mon Jul 13, 2009 9:57 am

Thanks Lisa,

I look forward to the map, that will make things much easier for me. No other questions, unless you know someone who still needs a ticket w/camping. I still have an extra. :D
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby Cupcake » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:58 am

The TyGuy wrote:
Whysper wrote:Wonderful list, but one tiny thing would improve it :P

There are 7 camps that made this list, and I only know how to find one of them. So here I am with a list of 7 camps that I "must" visit and I only know the camp/address of one

Camp Howler SR685

So where are these?

Camp Hippy
Camp Carnival
Camp Bear Huggers
Camp Kocktail & Cattail
Camp South Beerkota
Camp Nomad

If I had some location numbers to go with these it would make my checklist far easier to fulfill



Camp South Beerkota
in NR

Ty Guy


Camp South Beerkota has moved to the honorary Camp Howler neighborhood. We are SR 689. If there is noone home its cause we are at Camp Howler.

edit...thx Lisa for making the correction...if I would continue reading I would have caught that b4 I posted. See ya all soon!! Cups Up!!
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby The TyGuy » Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:53 pm

Yep, sorry for the misinformation - I had forgotten you moved. I'll stop by for sure this year.

CAN'T WAIT TO JAM AT THE JAM!!
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Re: #1 to #100 - The Complete List

Postby ritamaker » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:59 pm

Maps! You don't need no stinking maps. Just wonder around in drunken stupor until you find what you are looking for. Isn't that half the fun? (P.S. I don't stop and ask for no directions either.)
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