Chester, again I have no agenda on this site other than having a good time and making new friends / acquaintances, and of course talking about my favorite obsession, the GD and Furthur. If you ever have the chance, and if you enjoy camping, I suggest you call Paul to see if he can accommodate you. Assuming of course you are in the north east.
I'm stopping by for my fourth trip this weekend. The place has me hooked, like the dead did to me back in '85. I go camping every year, but this place is special. Easy to camp, running water if you need, entertainment, a lake or two on site +++ . IF he can accommodate you this weekend, I would love to share a nice bowl of kindness with ya. I just need to be discrete as I will have some kids and adults who do not exactly understand some of my recreational activities.
I am from long island and it takes me a bit over 2.5 hours to get there. I even made one day trip there between SPAC and Vibes, and it was well worth it.
I suggest that if you go you should grab a bag of carrots or anything that animals eat. If you have carrots, feed one to the llama, it is so freaking funny to watch that guy eat a carrot. A little eerie .... sort of like watching a chimp .... they are both so "human like" it is startling.
To me, there is nothing more relaxing than hanging out the in woods with nature, building a fire, and just doing whatever the freak you want -- forgetting about life for a while. It's even nice to not have the internet, although you do get reception with verizon and some other services.
For me, I have a stressful job and some stressful issues at home. After 3 visits to the farm I swear I broke out of my funk (6 furthur shows helped too
) . All off my stress seemed to wash away, and so far it has stayed away. I am now once again much calmer than before. It was the best mini vacation I've taken in years.
And that is why I am pushing this place, guys and girls, trust me, it is a great stress reliever for us city folk, at a great price. For me, I took my daughter to DisneyWorld two years ago, and we were going to go back again soon. Now she wants to visit the farm instead. That should tell you something (although PS - I think we'll be back in Disney, we both love it a lot).
This whole thing reminds me of the Bobby Song, walk in the sunshine, on many levels. Peace out
"Look out cause here comes some free advice.
Walk in the sunshine, watch for the bright sun,
Be all those things you're able to be.
You got to listen to the heavens, you got to try to understand,
The greatness of their movement is just as small as it is grand.
Try not to hurry, it's just not your worry.
Leave it to those all caught up in time.
You got to deep-six your wristwatch, you got to try and understand,
The time it seems to capture is just the movement of its hands.
I ain't preachin', 'cause I don't know
How to make fast things move along slow
I can't stop it, can't make it go.
Just 'cause I say it, that don't mean that it's so, no, no,
Watch what you hear now, make sure it's clear now,
Just 'cause it's said that don't mean that it's true. So all we say:
You got to make a revolution, you got to help me with my cause.
You got to burn down all the buildings, you got to throw out all the laws.
I ain't burning, Lord, I'm still only learning
How to become a man of my own.
I ain't crazy, nor am I lazy,
Just want to find out what's right and what's wrong.
I ain't crazy, all the world keeps on turning,
I'm still trying to find out what's right and what's wrong.
I ain't crazy!"
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