Here we sit: delicately placing the final pieces of candy on our gingerbread replica of the Wildflower Pavilion, submitting our standard list to Santa Claus (bring us snow during the winter, sun during the summer, and enough guitar strings to make it through the final jams at Folks Fest), waiting for the return of the "red-nosed" deer that ran through RockyGrass, and contemplating the winter solstice.
The solstice is the longest night of the year. The night we most look to the companionship and warmth of friends and family. The night when we look equally upon the memories of last year's Telluride Bluegrass, and the hopes and dreams for our 35th Festivarian reunion on the Summer Solstice in Telluride.
So with warm cider at our side and Sam Bush blazing through our speakers, we put together a holiday gift to share with all the Festivarians: a video reflection of the music and magic we all shared together this past year. View the 10-minute video online at:
Warmest wishes for a rich, safe, and happy holiday season. We can't wait to see you all in 2008.
The folks on Planet Bluegrass
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