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Saturday, 21 June 2008
And there was light


And the people did beat their drums, and scream and shout, and dance and celebrate. Because it was the time of sunrise on the longest day of the year, and they were at the sacred site of the stones, and they had been up all night.
And they were pissed or stoned out of their minds. And then they went home leaving a great mass of litter behind.

Posted by bigblue on 21/06/2008 at 09:49 AM
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And you looked at what they had created and decided it was not without its problems?

The BBC reports there were 30 thousand people there. One year I would like to go. Do they do it in Winter? It would be at a more decent hour.

Posted by Janet  on  21/06/2008  at  11:25 AM

There were a lot of people - it was a bit squashy in the centre circle. I expect that there were more people than normal because it was a Friday night/Saturday morning event.

Posted by bigblue  on  22/06/2008  at  01:08 AM

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