Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
Did you get sun burn on your ankles?
No, I wore socks.
I couldn't tell, I see skin showing.
I didn't say I wore them on my feet. :-)
HA! So I take it you had fun? (If you can remember...)
I can understand not wanting to track dirt into your tent but this is ridiculous.
I couldn't get my shoes off.Double knots, don't cha know.
1 tequila, 2 tequila, 3 tequila floor!!!
5 tequila, 6 tequila, 7 tequila, BLLLLLLLLEEEEEECCCCCCCHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!
Hahahahaha this is incredible Al, if you'd paid more attention I think the no alcohol thing might have put you off booking, at least you had fun buddy, even if the day after might not have been such fun!
I'm not sure we were supposed to pee against trees, either.
I did a little research on this campground and it looks like you should have got in for free!Pursuant to page 5 of the:STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Division of Parks and Recreation USER FEES AT STATE BEACHES, PARKS, AND RECREATIONALAREAS • No fee shall be charged any person with a disability regardless of age, or to automobiles transporting a non-driver with a disability at any recreational facility owned and operated by the state, provided, however, proper identification is presented as prescribed by the Department of Environmental Management. I knew it would come in handy for you eventually!
So THAT'S why my brother kept telling me to cut my leg off! BTW I find it interesting that your input lists Rhode Island's FULL name. Most people don't know that.
HA! That is a good one! I was thinking that maybe it was just a pup tent...
It's a five man tent I bought when the kids were little. Now it's just me. I got lost in the thing!
Zipping it up with your feet still out. Getting drunk brings out hidden talents.
Shoulda seen me juggle those chipmunks.
What's the point in camping then?
Fishing and hiking and ori....HAHAHAHAHAI made myself laugh right there.
they didn't say anything about vodka
That's only in gulags.
I can't really see what you ended up like. It all depends who or what you're lying on.
A blow up doll with a leak.
You went camping..............what the hell.............oh yeah we are talking about the grog intake right...........lol
No. It was Grog Lite. In cans.Many, many cans.
Or you could have found clever ways to sneak your alcohol into the park anyways.
We smuggled it in by drinking it.
Good effort Mr P but with planking you are supposed to... oh wait... you thought it was plonking right? (Am really hoping you get the pun in plonking - a double pun at that! Maybe it's an Aussie thing).M
We generally wait until the sun goes down before we plank. That IS a euphemism, right?
When you're camping you're allowed to start drinking as soon as you wake up. Also, because glass is heavy, all liquor should be transferred to empty soda bottles.
I'm so glad that we brought cans. Bottles make a suspiciously loud CLANK. Plus, we kept our cooler behind the tent. Although, from the look of all those red Solo cups, I don't think we were the only ones who didn't read the fine print.
So who was the lucky lady?
You're smart, Al. This way, you're ready to run when you fart.xoRobyn
By the third day, I must admit that I couldn't fart with confidence.
Ha! Now that's funny! Looks like our annual family camping get together! Where there's a LOT of alcohol! ;)
There was water, too.I think.
I know. We're so bad ass.
Looks like an awesome time to me :))
We even remember some of it!
I once got kicked out of a campsite for drinking. That's a stupid rule anyway.Oh... And church too. It's not BYOW by the way. You have to wait for the Jesus cracker like everyone else.Hugs!Valerie
My brother said he got kicked out of that same campsite for the same reason in the early 80s. The pot they were smoking may have had something to do with it, too.Speaking of church, I remember back in the 80s (apparently, the Devil's Decade), when I smuggled little Miller pony bottles in my coat for Midnight Mass.I think Sister Caligula got wise to us, though, when we started giggling during "Oh Come, All Ye Faithful."
That sign is, I suspect, only intended to inspire people to pretend they are sober instead of drinking each other under the table. It's a subtle difference but it does indeed create a more peaceful environment.
Seriously, I really think it's a "Cover Your Ass" for the park. I'm sure they couldn't care one way or the other, but if you're causing a ruckus, they have it in writing that they can toss your drunk butts out. I'm confident they wouldn't be too concerned about a group of 50-somethings sitting around the fire with Bud Lite in red Solo cups.
I think you gonna need a bigger tent.
Or one with lavatorial facilities.
This cheers me up as me son went camping with his friends for a long concert weekend! I'll be happy if he comes home with his shoes.Julie