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Troll@CrackWhoreModels
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Posted : Sep 10, 2007 13:35
okay i hope you guys can help me out:)

my boyfriend is going to cross the us from new york to san francisco on the 19th sep

so he will be in the us for about 5 weeks

so we are looking for cool places to go mostly in New York and San Francisco

Not only parties but also art shows, preformances,bars,cool shops,buildings and whatnot

so far we know only about the alex grey art gallery in nyc

if anyone can help us out thx

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Xolvexs
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Posted : Sep 10, 2007 16:21
111 Minna
http://www.111minnagallery.com
is a good place in San Francisco for artsy stuff

also go to Golden Gate Park and Haight st for some psychedelic fun

Il Pirata used to be a good afterhours for psytrance dont know how it is now since its been over a year since i left that city           When death comes to your doorstep, make sure you are alive
BIUS


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Posted : Sep 10, 2007 18:31
come to philly to the biggest mural city in the worlds
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Posted : Sep 10, 2007 20:29
nothing to do with psytrance, but if you pass through Tennessee you should stop at Old Stone Fort its an old Native American fort that the settlers took over, but it is beautiful and it has some of the best waters to swim in surrounding it.
FaceHead
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Posted : Sep 10, 2007 21:22
if you are driving go throug south dakota its the most beautiful state. then keep going west and eventually over the mountains into oregon and go down the coast to san francisco that way you can catch the giant redwoods as well. but youll pass through so many beautiful areas be careful going over the mountains in wyoming at night time though i found myself alone at 4am in a white out blizzard at 15,000 feet

simply gorgeous
DiMiTry
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Posted : Sep 11, 2007 02:39
If you get a chance, see the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado, all the amazing national parks in Utah, Arizona, Yellowstone in Wyoming, the mountain pass from Bend to Eugene, Oregon that goes through the black basalt site of an ancient volcanic eruption, Mt. Shasta in Cali, really there's too much stuff to list.

The Rocky Mountains and the West are pretty spectacular, no matter where you are.
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Troll@CrackWhoreModels
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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 13:50
allright thx alot guys
DiMiTry
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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 21:19
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On 2007-09-18 13:50, Troll@CrackWhoreModels wrote:
allright thx alot guys



i think if you need info about particular cities, just start a topic about that city, otherwise you'll get a lot of random stuff like this.
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the dog of tears
the dog of tears

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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 22:48
by the way try and make it to goa gil bday party in northern california october 6th! probably the perfect single trance party to go to if you're in the US during that time
paradigm
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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 22:57
i highly recomend taking a route that has you travel on I-70 across Colorado and Utah. Much more stuff to look at along that route than taking I-80 or I-40.
Stop off in Moab Utah and visit Arches National Park.

Just breathtaking and inspiring           
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the dog of tears
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Posted : Sep 19, 2007 00:17
i-70 has it's plusses but then you have to go through kansas, one of the worst states of all time. 40 is killer thru NM and AZ, and you can take some nice routes northward towards las vegas or the awesome NP's near by (which are also off 70). 40 crosses thru texas and oklahoma, although i don't consider the two combined nearly as bad as kansas, believe it or not.

make sure you don't speed while yr in "the blob"... i've seen people get pulled over for going 71 in a 70 in kansas. and those cops out there seem to have some uncanny ability to smell even the most minute amount of THC-containing materials.
DiMiTry
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Posted : Sep 19, 2007 01:40
Kansas has Garden of Eden.. in Lucas, off I-70. Def. worth a detour. I'll take Kansas over Nebraska any day. New Mexico isn't that exciting either, until you get to the mountains. in either case, you'll have to cover about 800 miles of flat farmland or flat desert or flat nothing until you get to the good stuff. My favorite route from NYC is to go through the hills of West Virginia and Kentucky (I-64 I think) and then jump on I-70 before St. Louis.
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Eklypz


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Posted : Sep 19, 2007 02:50
If you go through Des Moines there is an amazing free art center with some worldclass artwork. Andy Goldsworthy has a permament installation there part of his 3 cairns projects - very awe inspring. They have some great exhibits now too.
Meta
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Posted : Sep 19, 2007 07:38
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On 2007-09-19 00:17, the dog of tears wrote:
i-70 has it's plusses but then you have to go through kansas, one of the worst states of all time.



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paradigm
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Posted : Sep 19, 2007 17:12
yeah Dimitri hit on the best route....IMO

Im an OTR truck driver by trade, I know them hiways and biways preety good

W. Va, and Kentucky on I64 is gorgeous, one of my favorite drives in the country. It does link up with I70 near STL, and while the drive thru Missouri isnt amazing, its got some nice sights to see as well.
Kansas is the boring one, I recomend just blowing thru it at night, but do indeed watch for the KS state troopers, they are hard asses. That'll take you into Colorado, where its remains rather flat and boring untill Denver. Then it gets really preety. I70 ends at I-15 where you can cut south and swing thru Vegas for some debauchery

If you go the southern route, Id take still the I64 to STL, and then take I-44 south to Oklahoma City and link up with I-40. Oklahoma is a rather dreary state, and on that route you get to experiance the redneck charm of Amarillo texas. New Mexico has some preety stuff, but then again to reach it you need to get off the beaten path, and in most cases make it to almost Albuequerque
and as bad as the Kansas troopers are, they are no
where near as bad as the Oklahoma troopers.
I think their are Aum stories about the Oklahoma troopers.

The fastest route would undoubtably be I80 strait across, but except for PA, and some parts of Iowa, and Utah, its a rather bleak drive untill you hit the Sierras on the CA, NV border.           
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Straylight Productions -SF
Sound/Mind - Denver
Xcience - Midwest


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