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... and then back to the lot.
The rain held off for most of the first show and then, of course, the skies opened up during finale. Some of the crowd made it to their cars in time but most did not so the tent was packed full of people waiting it out. By some miracle, I had a few kids who wanted their faces painted as the wind whipped the tent and rain was flying in through every opening. The other miracle was the parents agreeing to it and paying me while the ...
... 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. ...
... and amping ourselves up for the night ahead. Our partying from the day(s) before caught up with us on the second day, and we went back to the tent in the late afternoon, missing S/HE and Papadosio in the process (two artists we were very excited to see).
We didn't return to the forest until the mid-evening, and spent most of that time in hammocks on the edge of the Electric Forest, peering over at Sherwood Court, where the last three artists were ...
... back. Like you can still have a free market and all that but you don't have any rights," Daniel informed us all about Vietnam. I laughed for about 10 minutes. But he first told us that Venezuela is the only country that starts with a 'V', so I guess take all that for what it's worth. Evan also decided to braid Erin's hair, so that was cool. It went better than I expected (see photo). Once we finally arrived, we had to test out one of the intriguing ...
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 ...