Dia de las muertes was a very
popular theme the other two times we did it, so I knew it would be
a busy evening for my camera. It started slow. One reason was that
we only had a hundred or so start in Santa Clara.
Once we started rolling I just put
my camera away until we got to Discovery Meadow. Pictures from
there start with the last one on the above line.
I found out later that a bunch of people started by going to the
Discovery Meadow, expecting it to start there at 8 PM. Ooops. Bike
Party didn't get there till nineish. For some of them this bike
party was a nonevent because they found something else to do.
Sorry kids. Better luck next time!
The Bernie activist had a little
speech that she wandered around giving to small groups one after
News flash! Santiago brought his
girlfriend to bike party! :-)
If other candidates had sent
activists I would have photographed them to. The simple fact of
the matter is that only Bernie seems to want everybody to get
See how fast peoples attention
focuses when the light goes green? Bike party is awesome that way.
Gotta move while it's legal! While cross traffic is flowing we
wait our turn.
Spooky that a departed bird was
riding among us...
Frederick thinks the bathroom thing
makes enough sense for him. He sells the super absorbent diaper
ziplock thingies for $2 each to the people that need to go. They
go in the tent and fill the pouch with whatever. It zip seals and
then they throw it in the bucket you can't see from this angle.
The first month he used about 20 pouches, this month he used 50+.
He's pleased to report that people come out of the tents happy. It
all packs down to a bike trailer full.
I think Tanner is saying "The DJ is
awesome!" For sure there was a lot of dancing going on.
I have no idea how I got that
blurbuly picture to happen. Must be some mode I got in by
People would watch and cheer when
year ocho (Sherm) would spin off some awesome dance moves.
Ronnies version of that picture
probably has a time stamp about when it was. All I remember was