Herein lies a plethora of pictures. I have some thoughts on Bonnaroo. Mostly that it was more laid back than I figured it would be, and by the end I was sad to be leaving the little oasis in the countryside of Manchester, TN, where wifi and cell service eluded us for about five days... a welcome reprieve from the daily grind. (Still need a break from the daily grind when unemployed.) Now we're heading back East to Buxton and soon I'll be in the throes of optometric life again, earning some wages and flipping some dials. Transitioning again.
The infamous mushroom, day one.
Cool as shade
Kava and meat
John Deere strikes again
The boy and his shirt designs
Loving the arch
Alabama Shakes--- the 60's revived!
Waiting for Radiohead
Been watching for Radiohead near me for over 10 years
Charles Bradley is the man
Blind Pilot I (PDX band)
Love a man in a kilt
View of general admission from the VIP area
Script tattoos are all the rage
Blind Pilot II
Wish Sitting Bull was still around
A SURPRISE visit from Lionel Ritchie during Kenny Rogers' show!
Bon Iver - amazing
Bonnaroo: not for the crowd phobes. About 80-90,000 attendees.
Jealous of the blue hair
Running with chairs!
Dancing in the streets
Playing with glowing balls
It was this man's on the right first Phish concert. His son took him--- they danced the whole time!
Aftermath in GA
Haven't had a TV for at least 5 years. No sadness here.
Asheville coffee shop, Double Ds
Heading home... :((((