Alysa and Mitch - Bonnaroo Saturday
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We decided to venture off the site Sunday morning, mostly to buy a few gallons of water at the local grocery store. We stopped into Waffle House for some breakfast. The van has an "I need tickets" sign, showing how the whole down of Manchester was transformed. Most or all inside the restaurant were clearly from Bonnaroo. On the way out we ran into Chuck from moe.

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On the way back into Bonnaroo we ran into some odd folks with an opinion not quite in line with most attendees.

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Enjoying the show in style. I guess this qualifies as an RV!

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A unique way of discouraging littering.

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A large sign reminding people not to sell unlicensed Bonnaroo merchandise. Even with this, there were plenty of obviously knock-off t-shirts and other items.

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One of the food vendors, the Common Ground Cafe. This is run by what Alysa refers to as "Hippies for Jesus." They have great food, and nobody seems to mind the light religious propoganda.

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Flyer from the Common Ground Cafe/Hippies for Jesus people.

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A very nice playground.

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More entertainment, apparently for the hippie-jock type.

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Some large sculptures in the Centeroo area.

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A really shaky photo of a massage vendor.

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A couple actually got married at these flowers on Sunday.

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A vendor makes some twine.

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The mushroom fountain, as popular as ever thanks to the heat.

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Bobble-head.

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Someone, probably bored during the early morning, made this out of found trash.

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A vendor selling shirts of an opinion. ClearChannel is a monopoly of media outlets (mostly radio stations) who are now able to decide what songs become popular without real competition.

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