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... to learn from her and vice versa.
A big fat, universe-sized thank you to everyone who
stepped up immediately to help out while we were away from the show: Cristian,
Bethanie, Jacob, Armando, Tavana, Hugo, Oriana, the Moss family, Jason, and
especially Mr. North and Jim. We are humbled and honored to be surrounded by
friends who took on extra work or who needed to adjust their schedules in order
for us to be with family. Thank you.
... our jammies - we stopped at the Silver Lake Sand Dune State Park and rode a big butt dune buggy over the dunes for about an hour. It was great fun and the whole car got a kick out of the 2 "Red Hat Ladies" trying to climb in and out of the darn thing. Glad we only stopped a couple of times, I couldn't have climbed in and out many more times.
ANOTHER EARLY START TOMORROW - we catch the ferry from Muskegon to Milwaukee tomorrow morning.
More tomorrow. ...
... 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 ...
... to forego the water park. It's really fun, but I like rollercoasters and rides better, and the hassle of changing and being wet isn't my favorite, so I wasn't crushed. I don't think any of us were. Shivering Timbers was fantastic. It always is. Sea Dragon is my other favorite. And Dan and I got our Tilt-A-Hurl, as Dad affectionately calls it, car thing to go extremely quickly, which was awesome. And then Erin and Evan we're pretyy much crashing ...
After a scary first drive out of Chicago we arrived in the evening at electric forest music festival. Strangely the set up is that everyone camps next to there cars and we were fortunate enough to neighbour some hospitable texans whose set up was class. They really showed us what 'glamping' was about- they had tent fans, picnic tables, fish and shrimp dinners, cooked breakfasts and bafflingly they never had warm beer. Camping next to them ...