Camping at Watershed Isn’t for Everybody, Michele Decides
I haven't been camping since I was a little girl, so when my dear friend Kristina wanted to camp at the Watershed Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre last weekend, she had to do some persuading.
She basically promised hot coffee every morning, taking a generator so that I could do my hair, hot showers and yummy food.
We didn't camp at the Gorge, but instead stayed at Wildhorse Campground, which is right around the corner from the Gorge. It's secure, has free, hot showers, free shuttles to the venue, a coffee stand and a restaurant that stays open after the concerts. And they have the best cheeseburger called the Wildburger!
Picture five girls camping together. Luckily, I was the only camping-challenged one. They all knew how to pitch a tent, set up camp and cook on a grill.
Yes, I slept in a tent on an air mattress. Did I complain? No. Would I do it again? Probably not.
Some people like camping and that's great, but I'm not one of those people.