Friday, April 4, 2008

bloggin' away...

Hey folks...
I'm starting this blog for a couple of reasons; the main one being that I have had many requests to do so! And as it turns out, I already had a blog set up at my website, but have never really taken advantage....
This blog will of course center on the musical world that I inhabit; music being one of my main passions. There will also probably be sprinklings of family and cross-country ski musings, my other two passions. As I learn to handle posting photos and videos even, this blog will no doubt become even more personal.
Many of you folks that come here will have already known who I am and what I'm about; at least partially! >g< I have a festival camping business that I call "Dancin'Dave'sFestivalCamping", and I really have a ball with it. I bascially set up campsites for folks at festivals in different parts of the country, using all of my own equipment. My patrons show up at the festival to a comfortable, high-quality campsite and then after the festival they simply pack up their own belongings and drive away, leaving the teardown work to me as well. I meet and serve folks from it seems like damned near all over the world; including China, Australia, Austria, England, Spain, the Netherlands, Canada, and even Russia. Many of my patrons have become good friends, as I'm generally camped right alongside everyone that's booked me.
I just returned home from a successful festival trip to the Suwannee Springfest, in Live Oak, Florida. It was a blast. My next trip will be to North Carolina and the Merlefest, followed by the Lake Eden Arts Festival. These two festivals are both awesome in their own ways, and I'll be blogging about them soon.....
Welcome to my blog..... Peace, David

"Dancin'Dave'sFestivalCamping" www.dancindave.com

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Dave,

Glad to see that you have your blog up and running. Great web site.

Anonymous said...

Why Dave...you appear to becoming a bit of an internet guru ;-)

John Holland said...

The more there is to read about bluegrass, the better. Looking forward to more.
Cheers, Jack