Bonnaroo 2016: Sunday
High Temp: 89°F Low Temp: 68°F
Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!
It's the last day and everyone wants to make it count. I wake up for my routine and we discover a note from our next neighbor, (the glass blower's girlfriend), who evidently left the festival. #swoon
Then it was straight to the ShelterBox Tent for my shift. Again, lots of people found me and/or discovered the amazing work of my favorite disaster relief charity.
|Letter from our neighbor|
|Ron from RooChute and Chris|
|Planet Roo selfie|
|Vegasam from Cracked Food Truck with tots|
One thing I missed from last year was the poutine truck. Cheese curds and french fries, yo. Bring that shit back.
|This Bonna-seed feel perfectly in my chair|
|The Oh Hellos|
|This guy with the hula hoop was the most precise and skilled I've ever seen. And hey, boobs!|
|The Other Tent|
|Buzz Lightyear aka 'Rocketman'|
|Eye see Death Cab For Cutie|
|Thanks for the sticker!|
|Bob Ross totem|
With the trailer loaded we made the trek back to volunteer camping. Major of traffic on the back roads. Once we got there, we didn't have to wait long for the cart to arrive and they kindly dropped the boxes off in front of our campsite. A big thank you to Anthony and Sami and Mike - as they are the folks that create and run Planet Roo - for their tireless efforts and for making such an extraordinary space within the festival each year.
The boxes were now squared away and David and I sat down to enjoy a cold beer, we still had a lot left in various coolers. Dead & Co was now full on into their set and we heard it clearly from our site. Slowly every team member showed up. We sat as a group, listening to the melodies and Dead Heads cheer, while enjoying lasagna and assorted cold beverages. We laughed and hi fived and toasted to a fantastic weekend.
As Dead & Co finished, David and I walked around to every campsite in volunteer camping and gave everybody stickers and hi fives.
Time for bed. Goodnight, Bonnaroo.