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Old 07-21-2011, 04:46 PM   #1
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July 30, 2011 - Magnetic Hill, Moncton, NB II: Camping Out For U2 ... For Real!

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I like your t-shirt title better. You should use that
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Cori, have you figured out which route you are taking through Maine? I seem to remember a post waaaaaay back in the other thread that had a coastal route and a more inland route. I would love to try the coastal route, as long as it doesn't take forever.
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I was planning on taking the interstate right up through the border and then the inland route to Moncton, and then (assuming I don't sleep til noon on Sunday, which is highly unlikely) the coastal route back.
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I think we are doing the exact opposite! We are driving UP during the day, so we will probably do the coast then. We are leaving right after the show, and driving home (since we both have to work Monday), so I think we will do the Interstate then, and hopefully its quicker!
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And YES we are insane.....
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I think I'm just going to stay with my Camper's City reservation. Concert Camping seems like it might be a bit crazy.

I believe part of the reason there are no campfires is that it is too close to town, and they don't like the smoke. That's what my campground said anyway.
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You could check to see if they have open spots.

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It's walkable to the concert grounds, too.
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Nah, I've got other gals who just booked at concert camping, and we're going to have a little troop of single gal travelers.
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I would have considered that for parking since it looks to be included. But I got a local guy that is letting me park. I warned him of my early time.
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Campers City is mostly booked up. I just checked.
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Has anyone heard if we can park AT the casino? It's within walking distance to the show, and I was planning on visiting it and "donating", before I head over to the show.
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Has anyone heard if we can park AT the casino? It's within walking distance to the show, and I was planning on visiting it and "donating", before I head over to the show.
Yes, but it's $30, although you get $30 in casino tokens back. Those spots are gonna fill up fast.

timestranscript.com - Casino offers parking for U2 concert | BY LAURA BROWN - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada
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I was planning on taking the interstate right up through the border and then the inland route to Moncton, and then (assuming I don't sleep til noon on Sunday, which is highly unlikely) the coastal route back.
This is what I'm doing. Tough I am quite familiar with coastal Maine, it's still a fun experience.
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Yeah, I have no idea where I'm going to put my car for the show... I should figure that out.

Did I mention I'm staying at a dairy farm? How cool is at?!
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