Sunday, June 03, 2007


The landscape driving into Hunter mountain is what I will remember most. Red rushing rivers, and red waterfalls, as we ascended through the revene. '

This past Sunday, E-dog and I decided too catch the tail end of the "Mountain Jam" festival in Up State New York. Phil Lesh and Friends was the closing act the weekend, but we also went for the vending. Gemstones tickle my fancy, and there are always some around when the hippie festivals come to town.

Since E-dog and I are experts at hippie festivals, we anticipated "getting in for free" The Sunday ticket was $90, and there was no way we were going to pay $90. As we approached the parking area, we noticed people leaving. We rolled down the window and asked a few of them if we could have their bracelets. They politely obliged and ripped the bands from their arms. When we were finally parked, I asked the girl next to us for a band-aid. I knew she had band-aids because she had one straight across her forehead, haha. We used the band-aid to secure the ripped bracelet together and wear it. nice

The sights were beautiful, and so are the gemstones I got. Very nice to get out of the city for a day and "Smell the clean mountain air" E-dog

BTW: We saw Beasley in the crowd, he had a shaved head!

Oh Yea! We also saw a family of Black Bears in the woods!


Blogger Leather Ass Grinder said...

sounds epic

7:40 PM  

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