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July 3 - 7, 2001
Cornerstone was a strange and wonderful animal.  i've been to other festivals before, was given words of advice and tips from my friend, John, i visited a website that contained tips on surviving the festival, and yet only experience completely prepares you for a festival of this magnitude.  and once you've been you really can't provide an accurate description to anyone - unless they too have attended in the past.

so much music, so much dust, so many tents, so many people, sweat, cameras, cars, constant movement.  hot portapotties, freezing cold showers (but boy after the initial shock they were wonderful!), smelly "egg" water...

but the moment we pulled away to leave the festival i already began to miss it.

my 2 partners in crime - Quin and Trilisa - and i all signed up to volunteer for the week.  we did the seemingly cushy job of overnight security.  Quin was assigned the Magazine Stage, Trilisa and i were assigned the Artrageous Tent.  i think ours was the easier task.  normally Quin had to wait until 2 a.m. for the midnight set to end, then until 3 a.m. for the stage to be cleared of people and equipment.  only to be awoken at 7:30 in the a.m. to the musical sounds of chainsaw art. :-)

anyhow - by the end of the week we didn't want to take another photo or hear another show - but along the way we made lots of memories, took a ton of photos, and really had a lot of fun.
 

click on pics to the right for more pics from each day of the festival...


Tuesday, July 3 
Tooth & Nail Day

Thursday, July 5

Saturday, July 7

People

Wednesday, July 4



Friday, July 6


Other images....