Normally, the mere suggestion of a camping trip would be enough to end our friendship on the spot.
But this shit going down at the Queens County Farm this weekend actually sounds like, dare I say it, fun:
"Come spend Labor Day at the Queens County Farm Museum. Camp out in the orchard, eat a down home dinner of smoked chicken, pickles, baked beans, corn on the cob, coleslaw, pie, and more from Sweet Deliverance.
Brooklyn Brewery will provide their Autumnal offerings, Oktoberfest and Post Road Pumpkin Ale, in addition to the tried and true Brooklyn Lager. Your $80 ticket covers the cost of beer for the whole night. And wake up the next morning to Bloody Mary's, biscuits, fritattas and coffee."
You can even rent a tent ahead of time at Tent Trails in Manhattan if you're not all outdoorsy-n-shit and don't have your own.