Isn't this cute as a bug?? We got it so we could go to the performances that our kids do at festivals.
I even hippy-ed it up with some swirly lights for the weekend that we were at Tri-Unity.
It is small, only 16', but with a canopy and a pop up tent out front, we had plenty of space. Will I fix it up? I'm not sure. After the big remodel job we just went through, redoing something isn't feeling all that enticing right now. We'll see after I recover. For now, it's pretty cozy and nice inside.
And when we will camp, we won't spend much time inside. I know we didn't this time. The grounds were beautiful, and the event was child friendly, with a cute area set up just for the little ones.
And it was even prettier at night.
The Sacred Circus rig was under a lit tent and the silhouettes of the performers were mesmerizing.
Watching the aerialists through the tent was almost like watching mermaids swim in a colorful sea. Their movements were graceful and flowing.
There was non-stop entertainment, too.
A series of musicians filled the stage late into the night, and the day was started with a drum circle.
During the days, there were workshops. I took the nature walk and learned about edible plants. You could learn to belly dance, hula hoop, fly through the air on a trapeze, meditate, drum, among a few dozen other classes.
Or just hang out with the kids and get your face painted.
And then join them in a parade.
And relax with yoga.
I liked watching the many painters, and petting dogs.
There were some interesting painters there.
But the best part? Time with family.
I'll leave you with some more pictures of the weekend, and will show you the circus performance in an upcoming post. Be prepared for lots of grammie style gushing over grand fairies!