tie dye doodle ey day!

Finished this up last night. Have been working on the finalization and framing of baseball stuff I did last summer. Have tweaked every one of them...which is kind of a surprise as I thought they were "done"/finito. But, with all things, they were done for last year...and incomplete for this. Hopefully, they are a little better.

Today is the opener for Grassroots. Campers galore. People parked by the road in their folding chairs (at 9 a.m.) preparing themselves for a long weekend of music and mixing. We had a great dinner last night at Sam's (Simply Red) with our fellow diners being some of the local musical bluebloods. Richie Sterns with wonderful Jim Reidy were cranking out some great tunes (even a Carol King song that was performed by the Byrds)...Whoa.

The Rainbow people
are encamped in Hector--I did a little googling on them. Fascinating. There are a bunch of people here in Tburg that stayed here after travelling with the Rainbow family--and a bit of that philosophy and lifestyle sometimes waft over the day to day here. This is a little insight from one of their unofficial sites:

"When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colors, classes, and creeds, and who by their actions and deeds shall make the earth green again. They will be known as the "Warriors of the Rainbow"

Old Native American Hopi Prophecy.

Come to Tburg this weekend. It is a wonderful time. There will be some great local and not so local music, interesting people watching, cool stuff to buy, really delicious food and it promises to be great weather.