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  1. You say that - but my first time on Seecoach there were a couple of poor sods who the driver didn’t have the tickets for….so they didn’t have a very fun journey. Every time on the coach since I’ve had that worry that we’d be the ones still sat there with no more envelopes left to hand out. In fairness. That first time was an utter clusterf**k throughout - it’s been faultless ever since.
  2. Is there a reason why they’ve labelled Bimble, Stonebridge & Liquid on the map - but none of the other bars?
  3. Im quite a fan of the little urinal behind the cider bus that turns your wee into electricity. Not just because of what it does, but it’s mostly been empty when I’ve visited.
  4. Got a couple of standing for Birmingham. I noticed utilita had the prices up on their site a day or two ago so had some time to get my head around the price jump. That said, we live in the sticks on the other side of the country, so with the train & hotel costs on top - it’s a pricey ol’ trip.
  5. I think that's been my problem - I adore the The Suburbs so much. It set such a ridiculously high bar that anything else by them that doesn't give me the same feels always feels initially like like a bit of a let down. That said, I think WE is great. It ain't the burbs - but it doesn't feel like it's trying to be.
  6. It's definitely a grower. I've gone from thinking I like it, to really liking it in 3 listens.
  7. Rabbit Hole is awesome. Got the cans on and it's totally banging in dolby atmos.
  8. Just having my first listen....I think I built today up too much to now be anything but a bit disappointed.
  9. Can’t remember if it was in 18 or 2019, but the misses and I went to see Michael sing in the Avalon Cafe on the Thursday evening. It was such a warm and loving little set, it all got a bit much for me - so when he got to You Were Always On My Mind I just went, and felt really daft for it (validated my Michaels rather curious glare at me whilst bawling to his singing). Tried to wipe the tears back, looked across at the misses and she was in floods too.
  10. Apart from my first year we’ve tended to aim for anywhere near the railway track (partly for practicality, partly out of tradition now)A few times in Oxylers, mostly in Park Home…twice in Paines/SP2. We just plod until we can’t be arsed to lug our gear much further, the nearest available spot to where we’re stood is then the winner. Not much method to it I’ll admit, but it’s just somewhere to kip and its worked out fine (most) years. In 16 festivals I’ve only had one tent flooding and one attempted burglary.
  11. Oh god, I’ve dreamt of the bread from Linda’s Loaf
  12. Seeing a convoy like this always makes me smile..reminds me of when I was on holiday, sat outside a cafe watching the sightseeing tour guides all march past with different hand gestures held up, each one shortly followed by a scurry of camera-weilding tourists 🙂
  13. dogeggs

    Glastocam!

    It’s called Goose Hall if that’s of any use to you
  14. I used to get my sugar fix from that village market at Greenpeace. They had some lovely cake going on over there, but it disappeared a festival or two ago…so I’m going to keep a keen eye on this thread for top tips.
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