I went to a festival in Geneva today with Cathy, and while everyone else schlepped bag chairs and folding chairs, I had a simple large fannypack with my ENO hammock in it. Slapped it up on two trees near the center of the festival, climbed in there with Cathy, and listened to folk music in heavenly solitude. We spent all day--over six hours in the sun--eating at MichaelAngelo's Deli, walking on the Fox River and hammocking. The highlight was being at ground zero at the festival, with hundreds of people around us, while we cocooned in private splendor in our 'mock. A memorable day on the Fox River.
From The Daily Herald: How would you like to spend your Labor Day weekend watching and learning clogging and traditional dances? How about expanding your vocal abilities at a singing workshop? Or maybe you'd like to lay on the grass and listen to some of the best live folk music in the country.
If you like music, stories, friends, food and the great outdoors, come enjoy a Labor Day weekend vacation at the 32nd annual Fox Valley Folk Music & Storytelling Festival in Geneva.