That's okay, I've gone by myself more times than I have with someone, so it's nothing new.
I don't mind setting up all my stuff, as long as I'm there early enough in the morning, before the heat makes it a real chore.
But it's taking everything down at the end of the event that's a pain. Part of that is emotional, though. But it is rougher, because the last stuff that I tear down is usually the stuff that needs to go in the trailer first, so that I can distribute the weight evenly... so as I tear stuff down, I have to set it next to the trailer until everything is down, then start packing the truck and trailer.
I've always packed stuff at night when I'm getting ready to head out there, and I usually do it in the span of a couple of nights. Coming back, I have to pack everything right away, once again trying to avoid the heat.
That makes it hard.
Then driving back home alone is pretty sad, too.
Anyone want to ride-share? You don't even have to camp with or near me, if you don't want to.
If you're coming from Southern Calif, you can stop off at my house and leave your vehicle here... same for Bay Area peoples.
If you're on my way, say Sacramento and points North East, I can stop to pick you up. I should have plenty of room.