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Travel Blogs from White Cloud
... br> brought her over the past year was immeasurable. I will never forget that.
Being welcomed back on the lot was lovely. We’d been gone
just long enough that everything was tinged with a little bit of unfamiliarity
but hugs and condolences from our friends made it feel like home again. We were
able to park near the backdoor next to the Moss’ house and after visiting
Tavana in the road office to get paid, we set John’s props ...
... down with water. On the first day of the festival, the gates didn't open until 3:00 in the afternoon, so there was much drinking and smoking of marijuana to pass the time, as well as cornhole (a bean-bag tossing game), frisbee, and the like. The camps that were composed of hundreds or thousands of people were circled around a ground that held dozens of shops and small eateries, food trucks, and other places where money quickly disappeared. John and I resisted ...
- I had the time of my life.
- I got to see my favorite artists perform like Steve Aoki and Bassnectar.
- REO Speedwagon was even there!
- We sold out of our jewelry in 2 days and made a whopping $2000.
- Now we get to take our time getting back home and actually do stuff on our road trip.
- We got out of there at 1:00 P.M.
... into one car. Obviously the party car. The ride was interesting to say the least. We went for a treasure hunt in the trunk and found some stuff to keep us somewhat entertained (and extremely annoyed...). Dan got himself a schnazzy, golden, sparkly visor which he decided to wear. Evan found various objects to give himself some joy, and completely bother the rest of us. These would be things such as: seashells, hats, paintbrushes, a beachball, sunglasses, ...
... very minimal set up much better as they showed us what people mean by southern hospitality. The music was really enjoyable and not knowing many of the bands we were able to just 'follow our ears' around what was a fantastically planned festival- the 'electric forest' itself was amazing. At night it became vibrantly littered with colours and in the day it provided much needed shade as we crumbled under the Michigan heat- we literally had to ...