Happy to say, that despite only being 28 years old and living in NJ, I've managed six trips out to the 'Stick (unfortunately none this season though). The most memorable, by far, was The Catch III (or Vernon Post, but I don't see why anyone would call it that).
My girlfriend and I went to the game because after going out for so many games during the dark ages of the franchise, I promised myself that I'd go wherever they played once they returned to the playoffs. Thanks God I did. We sat above the 35 yard line on the side of the field facing where Vernon made the catch. As someone else mentioned, I still get chills and it truly has never sunk in that I was actually there.
For the first time in my life, I experienced what people talk about when they say time stands still and sound drowns out. That's exactly what happened in that moment and it was like a brief state of shock. I'll never forget it, nor will I forget the partying and atmosphere of the city that night.
The 'Stick also ties into the Webzone a great deal for me. The 'Zone tailgates always gave me and my guest (whether it was my girlfriend or a friend) a place to go, congregate, and party since I don't know any locals out in SF.
I'll always look back fondly on those tailgates, the shenanigans that ensued (thanks for always sharing those shenanigans Stoney!
, I owe ya), and of course the games themselves.
I know Levi's stadium is state-of-the-art, but I like the 'Stick just fine and would much rather have the Niners in the city proper as opposed to South Bay. Alas, all good things must come to an end; it's just hard to say goodbye to that lovable, moss-covered, concrete calamity that has meant so much to me as a fan.