bartholomew wrote:I was walking by with fiends one night, dressed in flaming doublet and wings, when the fire juggler you had out front hauled me in for a drink.
Great atmosphere, appropriate infrastructure, loved the coffin tables and the IV wine bags! You guys did a great job, and the idea of having fire artists outside to attract the passersby was a brilliant stroke. This was one "theme camp" that actually acted like it was interested in interacting with the world (unfortunately, not that common this year).
My only real question is: with the required gloomy expressions on everyone's faces, how can you tell if Goths are having a good time?
Congrats and thanks,
Gothalot wrote: We were packed most of the time and the big comment people said to us was that they felt at home there. I loved the whole crew and miss them already.
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