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".
On the shore of the Susquehanna river sits acre upon acre of rolling rural land. It is here that more than 50 of the craziest serial trespassers, explorers, photographers, artists, and revelers converged for a 4-day festival. Attendees caught up with old friends and met new ones, partied by the river, shot off fireworks, drank keg beer, blew shit up with napalm and firearms, and somehow still survived to tell the tale.
This was the sequel to the DC Meet Up that was held earlier in the year where so much fun occurred that it just had to be done again. There were many return attendees and a few new ones with a total of about 30 people at one point. Attendees arrived from - Canada ( Winnipeg, MB ) - New Jersey - New York - Pennsylvania - Tennessee - Massachusetts - Virginia - Maryland - Georgia - Mississippi - North Carolina It should be noted that Corley and Cossette were the most awesome host and F/Rox is a great meet up location.
There was incredible diner made on Friday night by Discount Ninja and Yield and the fridge was never empty of cold adult beverages. Saturday was spent exploring various locations in the area after the group split up to go to different places. Saturday night involved a group of about 15 of us having dinner at Golden Corral and then off to watch UFC fights and hockey playoffs at a sports bar. Then it was back to F/Rox Party Central where the evening continued to be "nothing but a good time". A few people left on Sunday but the activities continued on over the Memorial Day holiday.
Starting with a Portland Pre-game draining-turned-rescue-mission and ending with poop towels in Seattle, SeaPex II brought in Explorers from the East coast to the Best Coast, Americans and Canadian alike! Seattle rooftops were hopped, bridges were climbed, abandonments thoroughly infiltrated and their undergrounds explored. Through the rain, lightning, hail, and mudslides, SeaPex II just kept on SWINGING!