As you know, the Gypsies love a good tradition. My family and I have been meeting on Tybee Island for the past five years. Tybee Island is a small island off the coast of Georgia where simple life meets the beach. A place without chain hotels, where you bike instead of drive, and everyone says […]
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Read part two of our interview with Zevia! Since we made it to Seattle today, finally, and we know a big part of their heart is still here, we just may celebrate with a Zevia and vodka! We hear it mixes well together wink emoticonThanks Zevia for taking the journey with us, providing good soda, and helping […]
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Woke up to a beautiful last day at Seaside Park! Time to relax and just enjoy the beauty of whats around us! With none other than friends, family, moe., and some Ziggy! Love is our religion! Thanks Vibes and thank you Hal for letting us be a part of it year after year! Until next […]
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By the third day of the Festival you are really accustomed to it kinda like becoming one of its own, otherwise known as part of the Vibe Tribe. Therefore, it was a stars and bars kind of Saturday! We got some fun in with our girls before a short shift of work and more play! […]
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Happy Friday! Starting off the day with a sunrise on the water is never a bad start! Following that with some break.fest with friends and music time is a perfect harmony…. This year we were able to recruit some friends to work with us as well. We let the younger best friends duo, Sarah and […]
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Starting last year, your favorite gypsies :), started volunteering for the Gathering of the Vibes. The “Vibes” is a music and arts festival located in Bridgeport, CT at Seaside Park. We were recruited at the Jersey Shore Festival which we volunteered at last summer.
We were blessed with meeting a wonderful soul there, Hal, who quickly became a friend.
Now an annual affair, we work the “Vibes” specifically at the Ferris Wheel for Hal and get into the festival for free. We left bright and early today and met Kara and George before getting into the festival so we can camp together. Took about 2 hours in line, kinda a drag, and then popped up the teepee and was whisked away to an 8 hr shift at the wheel.
We had a great time taking tickets.
Meeting cool, colorful people.
As well as, hanging with a sister while setting up music for the booth!
We even got to ring the bell of the old Furthur tour bus!
Day 1- Success!
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