A yearly winter weekend long gathering at a gigantic house outside of Boston. Attended by explorers from all over New England as well as NJ, MD, PA, SC, and IL. Explorers went on daylight outings to explore local sites then later partied the night away at the Mansion!
Cinco Draino Novembro was held this year in Providence and was the first UER draining event to be held there. We had a large turn out, which led to a weekend of exploring drains all over. We also got to enjoy a night club and mills later in the weekend as a continuation of the event. The whole group was tough, out in the 31 degree weather toughing it out in the cold drains. With the variety of attendees ranging from New Jersey to Colorado there were many new friends made and some epic exploration occurred.
This year's party was by far the biggest ever! We had attendees from Georgia, Tennessee, the Carolinas, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Quebec, Maryland, PA, NY, NJ and all over New England! Everyone partied the nights away on Friday and Saturday at the mansion and spend the gorgeous snow free weekend out exploring with new and old friends. We even had a sneak peak pre-screening of the upcoming UE documentary "The State Boys".
Approximately 30 explorers from Georgia to New Hampshire met up in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Camping, hardcore partying, exploring, chests, fireworks, dirt bike riding, fire breathing, rafting, chainsaws, dead fish and exploding cans of beans combined for a fantastic weekend!
Explorers from all over the Eastern United States along with Canada attended this 3 day event in Frederick, MD. Some explored while some just saw the many museums that DC has to offer. A great time was had by everybody there. Got to meet great new explorers and see old ones again. And nobody was arrested while exploring this time!
Infilnapolis occurred over three days from June 25th to the 27th. Attendees from Ohio, Indiana, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Tennessee, Wisconsin, New York, and even one Russian explored rooftops, the coke plant, a modern hospital, an abandoned skyscraper, and a big drain. They crashed hotel pools, climbed a crane, ate pizza, climbed a tree, dodged lightning, and floated across a lake on garbage.
The first annual Seattle-based exploring convention that drew members from all over the country. We explored mills, nuclear power plants, boats and breweries. We swung through the air beneath bridges, walked above the clouds on rooftops of downtown Seattle, and surfed the elevators of unsuspecting occupants.