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Wanee Gnome

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Post Bicycles and drum circles
I was reading under the guidelines and application section it said NOT to bring bicycles.....I have heard other people on here talking about having a bicycle with them......so whats the final verdict on bicycles?

Also I am sure there is a late night drum circle......which is great if thats your thing, but these days I like SLEEP more than I like drum circles......SO.....where is it usually and how can I avoid camping by it? ;)
And yes I am bringing earplugs!

Thanks!!


Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:15 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
bikes are good there are a lot of people with bikes there.


Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:34 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
Haha. Good luck. It may not be a drum circle but an impromptu Jam Session back at a camp. If I was you, I would try to camp next to someone who can actually play. That way you get to listen to decent music all night instead of hackers. In other words dont camp next to me. :lol:

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Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:54 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
Butch wrote:
I was reading under the guidelines and application section it said NOT to bring bicycles.....I have heard other people on here talking about having a bicycle with them......so whats the final verdict on bicycles?

Also I am sure there is a late night drum circle......which is great if thats your thing, but these days I like SLEEP more than I like drum circles......SO.....where is it usually and how can I avoid camping by it? ;)
And yes I am bringing earplugs!

Thanks!!


I have seen lots of bikes I think you are ok there.. Drum Circles and jam sessions are everywhere..and they last till the wee hours.. I would suggest taking ear plugs or something ...Maybe if you get way back by the river it might be more quiet .. Pretty noisy on the Lake side.... Horns blowing drum beating.. Awesome time ..


Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:59 pm Profile
Wanee Gnome

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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
haha, thanks Big Andy....maybe I can stay inside one of your giant bubbles??? :D


Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:03 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
Get there early and drive around and ask each camp what kind of music they play. At least you might get a choice of what you'll be kept awake by.

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Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:07 pm Profile
Wanee Gnome

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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
Oh good idea!
Maybe I can camp next to the people doing a cover of Brian Eno's "Music For Airports" or someone covering John Cage's 4'33' of silence!!!


Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:11 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
Butch wrote:
Oh good idea!
Maybe I can camp next to the people doing a cover of Brian Eno's "Music For Airports" or someone covering John Cage's 4'33' of silence!!!



Try to avoid the people playing Lou Reed's "Metal Machine Music."

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Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:17 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
Butch wrote:
Oh good idea!
Maybe I can camp next to the people doing a cover of Brian Eno's "Music For Airports" or someone covering John Cage's 4'33' of silence!!!



Try to avoid the people playing Lou Reed's "Metal Machine Music."



:o Most disappointing album I ever bought


Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:23 pm Profile
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Post Re: Bicycles and drum circles
Butch wrote:
I was reading under the guidelines and application section it said NOT to bring bicycles.....

Thanks!!


You Suuuuuure? I seem to remember they say "" What you don't need to bring with you or do while your here: ""

Big difference.

THIS is forbidden. ""CAN I BRING MY PET?? The simple answer to this is NO.""

Source - http://www.waneefestival.com/ click on 'Guidelines and Applications' .


I bike 12-20 miles a day around that park at festy time. Bring proper lights however. :)

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