Or Kispoix Music Festival, depending on whether you bought a t shirt or not. Ha. It’s no wonder those t shirts sold out as fast as they did!
I didn’t want to come home. I’m always content without the hum of electricity and with the warmth of the wood stove. I sleep easily without checking my email or using the internet. I miss hot showers but Cam took care of that this trip, rigging up a shower which will go into a newly built shower house this coming month. (You can click this picture to see what Cam made the shower out of.)
The music festival was so much fun despite a feeling of shyness that seemed to wash over me again and again, getting in the way of truly letting go and having a great time. I regret not meeting people when the opportunity arose and dancing more than I did. The music was awesome, a few musicians in particular.
Lily didn’t suffer from the same shyness and made many friends! She joined a gang of little girls that ran around and through the crowds all throughout the festival. They all wore belly dancing hip scarves so you could always hear a jingle in whatever direction they were running. I loved the freedom the kids had. I loved that everyone present, parents and non parents, accepted their presence and watched over them as much as I did. The festival was very truly family friendly.
Lily got a star crown face painted across her brow and we decorated each other with henna while listening to the music.
I didn’t take many pictures this weekend which surprised me since it’s sometimes easy to hide behind the camera. It just seemed simpler to leave it at the cabins.
I especially looked forward to and enjoyed Morlove this weekend. Miss Emily Brown and Corwin Fox with Tobias Meis on stand up bass and Jake Jenne on drums. I also really loved the Rosette Guitar Duo. Here’s a short little clip of Morlove: