Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Fairie Festival at Spoutwood Farm 2011

Welcome to "The Gods Are Bored!" I think all of the photos of the Fairie Fest this year have filtered in, so here's a little pictorial for those of you who are thinking of coming next year. I would like to thank Frater Servitor Lucem, Pam and Rita, and a host of other photographers for doing so much great clicking!

As leader of the Mountain Tribe, I had to bring the Stone of Destiny. Can't carry the original (and wouldn't want to move it from its current locale), so I got this one from behind the house on Polish Mountain. Yes, it was heavy.


Spare and I with dragons Big Red and Mushu. Mushu traveled all the way from Washington State to be at the festival, so I don't want any excuses from you Marylanders next year!

Big Red and I always do a little storytelling gig on Friday in the Pocket Fairy Booth.

I have to speak into the mic. It helps that the guy holding it is a fabulous person.




We had to make a sign with our Mountain Tribe chant on it. Ours won the prize as most pathetic.


Oh, these small ones! I don't know how to enlarge them. This is all the Tribe leaders doing the traditional La Tooshie dance. No Fairie Festival is complete without it.


 For my money, this was the most beautiful faerie on the site.



And here's dear Bibi with our REAL banner, made by an expert craftsman. We also had a beautiful tablecloth, made by Pam and Rita. I would say the Mountain Tribe did pretty well for itself.

Facebook has a May Day Fairie Festival at Spoutwood group with a gazillion photos posted. These are just a few to help me navel gaze on rainy days!

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4 Comments:

At May 31, 2011 , Blogger Hecate said...

Looks like fun! It's always a scheduling conflict for me, or I'd love to bring G/Son.

 
At May 31, 2011 , Blogger Debra She Who Seeks said...

Great photos! And it looks like everything turned out well. Did you end up with enough stuffed dragons for a dragon toss?

P.S. For next year's Stone of Destiny, may I suggest paper mache, LOL?

 
At May 31, 2011 , Blogger Debra She Who Seeks said...

Or styrofoam. With enough artful spray paint, it could look very realistic!

 
At June 02, 2011 , Blogger Maebius said...

KUBIANDO!
<3 <3 <3

 

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