The only store you could ever need. Music and coffee on tap. what more could you want (a bigger bank balance maybe?)
I have to admit to being a bit out of practice on surviving a festival and although Common People was a two-day event we only went for the Saturday, too much sun, too much excess and too much money spent on day-one put us off going back for the second day but it was a lovely day. What’s not to enjoy, live music, friends and a drink (or several).
The line up was good and although I’m a little embarrassed to admit it I was really looking forward to seeing Chaz and Dave, and as far as a good old knees up in the park goes they didn’t disappoint. There were some great bands there and Little Brother Eli have become a favourite. Observations? The cost of alcohol at festivals (and gigs in general) is still, and probably always will be, a rip off – £22 for a (plastic) bottle of Pinot Grigio and no matter how much of a good idea it seems at the time do not succumb to glitter face painting – I’m still finding glitter in places it should never be two months later. 🙂
I volunteered as a photographer for the day and although the weather was pretty miserable with a steady drizzle of rain all day it didn’t put the Dogs off and hundreds turned out to enjoy a sociable walk and help raise money to help the RSPCA. I took a lot of photographs and it was hard to choose a favourite but I like this one for the way the dog seems so happy with the simple pleasure of running free and chasing a ball.
Yes it’s been done a thousand times – that’s why it’s a….
Somewhere in Wales. on the gorgeous Gower coast…