Post by abrakapokus on Oct 31, 2011 21:46:13 GMT -5
WOW, just wow! I had an amazing time. I look back at the schedule now and I seem to have missed so many bands but I know that time was well spent hanging out with you guys. It really was the most fun part of my weekend, meeting everyone and talking about random anythings. Moog is a def for next year and I hope all of you can go again!
Pretty much what she said, I missed a lot of bands on the schedule. Sleeping through Friday, not so good. Hanging out with everyone the other two days, well worth it.
Anyways, I had an amazing weekend. Was good to see some of you again, nice meeting the rest of you. Definitely had some good times, and one of the best weekends I've had. Need to do this again next year, and spend more time in Asheville before/after.
Special thanks to Bonnie for coming along for an adventure with me, being a part of the Connecticut Infomoog delegation.
Hopefully some y'all aren't too upset with me about the flaking out on the cabin (probably better off, since I was out to sleep well before everyone else. My latest night was like 1 am or so, so having me at LN parties would be a buzzkill.)
I would say more right now, but I'm wicked tired. Go figure...
Jun 18: Brian Wilson (Boston) Jul 7: Steely Dan / Steve Winwood (Mansfield MA) Jul 16: Hall & Oates / Sharon Jones (Mansfield MA) Jul 17: Paul McCartney (Boston) Jul 22-24: Newport Folk Sept 24: Copenhagen Beer Celebration (Boston)
I can't even put into words how good of a time I had you all! Absolutely amazing! I don't have time to read up on the other Moog thread right now but I'll try to soon and post weekend related reviews. No power = Inforoo at work. And I am pretty swamped at work right now...
My area was hit really bad by this storm. Trees, branches and power lines down everywhere. My road is only two blocks long and there are three power lines in the street- barely passable- and a few others that aren't as scary looking, but are definitely hanging lower than they should! It's kinda nutso around here. The odd thing is that it's so warm that the snow is mostly melted, but everything is in shambles.