I’ve got ‘Teardrop’ by Massive Attack on very loud at the moment with some hefty bass- it seems to be working in terms of calming me down!!
We’ve had such a lot of fantastic help this year with our Bee Hop Festy & I just now hope everyone has a lovely time & the weather is just a little bit kind to us-these past few days have been fantastic & the ground has dried out a lot. We worry about the elderly folk & those with toddlers having to trudge through the mud.Magically we’ve been lucky enough to secure a NordCat mini bus to transport priority Bee hoppas straight onto the site which is one less thing to worry about.
Stall holders have been AMAZING- no hassle & Somerset & Dorset Animal Rescue have been particularly magnifique by popping their marquee up this evening, well ahead of time.They are kindly letting us pop our doggy chill out area next to them- I think The Bee Hop must be one of the few festivals where dogs are welcome!
One band is being a teensy weensy bit prima donarish but shall remain nameless- we’d still like them to play – you’d think they were headlining at Reading or sth-.it has raised a few chuckles & taught us a lot about trying to manage peoples’ expectations more effectively for next year (if we are allowed to do it again).Eveyone else has been dreamlike though & no kerfuffle at all.We’ve had heaps of help from neighbours to with popping up tents, mowing grass & making signs.Matt’s Pa is out in the front field playing his bagpipes in preparation for the Big Day & he sounds terrific!
Everything is getting exciting now- our cottage is stuffed full with professional lloking sound equipment – On Saturday it will be full to the brim with the Ladybirds Jazz band form Cambridge too.
Really hope some bloggers might be able to come- the music will be AWESOME!!