Two families of Deadheads at the 10,000 Lakes Festival
Here we are right before Phil and Friends take us to the next level; a stunning evening to top off 4 days of fun and musical joy together.
From left to right is brother Brad Oroboros, Hal R, Tim Oroboros, Ms. Mary Oroboros, son Jack Oroboros and brother Ken R.
You all look so Happy & have excellent taste in clothes, my kind of folks :)
We need to hear some show stories, what do you say ?
Nice picture of a beauitful family on a beautiful day!!
Nice photos Hal and Ken! How hungry are the flies and mosquitoes this summer?
Gr8fulTed - Not bad at Detroit Lakes but I wait to hear about your BWCA (Boundary Waters) and Quetico trip where they can rule. I have had some amazing trips up there over the years. Actually would go up in April/ May to avoid the black flies and mosquitos but did get snowed in at times. Have fun.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
to keep those bad skeeters down and the dragonflys were snacking on the ones that could fly well. We truly had wonderful time both with friends and festival fun. Our two tribes quickly combined into one as we shared stories, laughed, danced, and all wandered into the auditory delights and adventurous and diverse musical landscapes that were offered nightly.
Mary said to me "your deadnet friends are so nice and so much fun!" Of course, she was right and with Phil & Mickey jamming at full speed, linking up with Hal & Ken to share those nights was (to quote Bobby in the late '70's)
"Just exactly perfect".
love the smiles all down the line... let your lovelight shine
You guys look awesome!! And, damn happy too!! Love the pic of everyone looking so grateful to be at a show....makes ya want another...I know!! LOL
Photo is wonderful!!!!!!!!!! Am very very glad you posted this for us to see. Can see the peace and love on your faces.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live.
an excellent bunch of folks!
When I look at that pic, all I can think about is the good old days. Glad to see some of us are still truckin on!!!