"Motorcycle camped at the Whitney Portals way back in July 1984. Our only heat was the campfire which my buddy failed to keep stoked all night. Woke up freezing and listening to his lame excuses for not keeping the fire going all night.…"
February 1, 2013 at 1pm to February 3, 2013 at 1pm
Join us for our usual commotion at Sandy Beach Park in Rio Vista, California. The Tent of Doom will be there, so we'll have fun rain or shine.The park has electrical hookups at every site, so bring your electric heaters if you want to. You may need a 110 v. adapter to use their hookup.As usual, bring wood, bring wine, bring munchies. If there's demand for a potluck, bring something for that, too.See More
"I hate to bail at this point but a perfect storm of events has developed including need to work on sunday morning, cousin visiting and needing a crash pad, my new puppy having an open wound from surgery and an appointment with the tax preparer on…"
November 16, 2012 at 2pm to November 18, 2012 at 12am
Let's get into condition for Thanksgiving with our fourth (or is it fifth?) Annual Thanksgiving Feed. This year we'll be at Del Valle again, since it worked well last year. We'll provide a turkey, but bring whatever side dishes you want for the Saturday Potluck under the Tent of Doom.Please note that the park locks its gate at 10 p.m., so you have to arrive before then.Friday Night will be Pizza Night. Those of you with camp-stove ovens are encouraged to bring them. And those of you without…See More
October 22, 2011 at 2pm to October 23, 2011 at 2pm
Loosely organized Halloween-themed camp out.$21 per night per site, $10 for extra car, 2 cars max per site. Costumes, Jack O'Lanterns and Candy Corn are optional.Frivolity is not.About: Lake Solano Park is located at the base of coastal foothills west of the town of Winters and offers an array of recreational opportunities. A destination point for outdoor enthusiasts since its creation in 1973, Lake Solano Park caters especially to anglers, boaters, campers, velociraptors, swimmers and…See More
We can't do Finnon this Fall, so we're moving the fest to Turtle Rock. It's our first time with this site, so we'll see how it works for us. If the fire danger is high, we won't be allowed to have a campfire. If it's not, campfires are allowed and the camp hosts sell firewood for $6 a bundle. If there's public sentiment for a potluck on Saturday, we can do that, too.See More