Being rescued by complete strangers about an hour and a half outside Dieppe after running out of petrol at 2AM
Driver under van after going through a toll gate
Decorating on high
I pitched my tent by the riverbank. It seems to have healed my spine. For the first time in years I didn't wake up with pain in my lower back. I had pain in my ribs from stage diving into the dancers in rehearsal, pain in my feet from loosing my torch and trying to navigate my way through lumps of granite on the way home, I was sneezing continually because of the dust, but I had no more spine pain.
Some of the posse knocked up a granite oven and landscaped it into the surroundings.
First pizzas with oven makers
Our hostess with marrow and pig
Jason our film maker on a tandem.
and out come the freaks
Our host and friends
Randomly arranged branches turn into a couple dancing on the sculpture trail
Britanny band Vortex turned up about 1AM. We struggled a bit to get them on as things got a bit sketchy but they were well worth it. Very good rave influenced rock. By this time everyone was chucking hay everywhere and I could hardly breathe in the barn.
Freaked out freak
After the show we got a chance to relax and wander. This is some really peaceful cornfields at sunset. I miss this sort of stuff in London.
Next time I am going better prepared with dust masks, steel toe boots and a head torch. Really good creative communal vibe, very good to be away from computers, news, mobile phones and civilization. More pics coming...