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Posted: It's over, and this year was an endurance test. We had tropical heat and tropical storms, tents flooding and mud... So much mud! Plus plenty of fire fun with my fire rope Poi , sword, staff and huge Juggling Balls Plus I met bez from the Happy Mondays
So much to take in in so little time, and now that's it til 2007. Worst part has got to be going back to work tomorrow, bah for the real world (I shake my fist at it!)!!
......Any other glasto survivors out there with tales to tell?
LostSurferSILVER Member I'd be in trouble if I had to eat an antelope now
278 posts Location: The Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom
one of the guys i camped with got so lucky with the flloding, he pitched his tent between two tractor tire marks which turned into rivers, but luckily they ran either side of his tent so he stayed completely dry!
i had many interesting moments, but one sticks out right now from early thursday morning when we got shown a secret tap for water, and then decided to pick one person out of the long queue at the bottom of pennard hill to pass on our knowledge. so naturally we chose the craziest looking guy we could see. unfortunately he didn't believe us and mumbled something along the lines of "but i like queuing"
Did anyone manage to slip over and stack it into any mud? I had plenty of slippery moments, but never fell over, which surprised me as i wasn't in the most clear frame of mind for most of the weekend!
Bring on 2007
"Everything in moderation. Even moderation itself. From this it follows that you must, from time to time, have excess. And this is going to be one of those occasions"