A tiny little town on the outskirts of Fairfiled CA, Surrounded by Grizzly Island. Thanks to the nightly breeze, and the hot temperatures in the summer, citizens have grown comfortable with the rich (but rather pungent) smell of the Budweiser Factory. Another smell citizens have become accustomed to is the rising and lowering of the marshland water, which can only be simular to the smell of barbequed baby diapers. The town has been struggling to keep up appearances and attempting to keep down crime rates during economic struggle. Suisun is a quickly growing city, however, seems every month a new gas station or fast food chain is moving in. Walmart has also tried to move in a superstore location (with much public controversy). Downtown Suisun, is Truly the highlight of the small no-where town. With a nice new view of the Suisun Slough from the newly updated walkways and grassy benches. With its charming and rather vintage neighboroods, and unique dining selection more and more people find themselves going to the historical waterfront. Suisun dates all the way back to the mid 1800's, and it is easy to see why it is still thriving.
EX: "Where are we?.....Suisun City??"
The condition of being happily exhausted after a festival lasting at least two days. This condition usually involves dirty feet and a messy car.
As we left the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, I said to myself, "Yep, I'm fully festified for awhile now."