Re: too many chairs were dancing should be
Gotta agree with cybergaloot . . . . IF you chair-haters are so fortunate as to LIVE another 20-30 years to attend Wanee, then you'll be wanting a chair too! As yo Mama would say, "you just mark my words . . . "
With folks that are standing and sitting, use your head for something beside parking your hat! Common sense would tell you not to park your chairs and leave them there all day. We didn't. We also didn't feel like our whole group had to sit side-by-side all cozy (we stayed in the same cabin together -- we didn't need any more togetherness!) - - - we could sit and make friends with other folks (in chairs and standing!) and not have to be all in a row, blocking the way. But dancing folk shouldn't dance across my feet if I'm sitting OR standing -- we had both. Give me a little space to shake it, even if I'm older . . . . see??
An example would be that I stood for Drive-By-Truckers. It just seemed like the thing to do . . . on the other hand, I went back in time to see the end of the Doobies and sat, conserving my energy for the ABB set. After the ABB got cranked up, we realized it was time to fold the chairs . . . things were getting crowded and everybody was dancing.
I had a grand time . . . but I sure am glad I had my chair. Can't go and stand for hours on end any more.
Peace and Love,
1954 model with a lotta miles left in her