12 October 2009
Pirate Fest Pulls Brown Man Away From Politics For A Few Days
The Brown Man went to Pirate Fest at Tybee Island last weekend and he is still tired.
No one who attended seemed to be concerned, at least for the weekend, about politics at all. The restaurants weren't full but no one seemed to go hungry. And the beer as always continued to flow unabated.
I've never been much of a traveler, but I look forward to this festival every year. Maybe it's the chance to dress up as someone else for a couple of days. Or maybe it is the lack of barriers between the all of the active participants that gives the whole thing a feeling of joie de vivre. Or possibly, since we go there all the time year round, it's because we've developed a nodding acquaintance with a lot of the locals. Whatever it is, I like it. I'll head back next year.
In the meantime, I guess I'll have to get back in action here on the homefront, since this week promises to deliver plenty of fireworks in Washington surrounding the healthcare debate in the House and the Senate.
See you tomorrow.
Just had to get that last "aaaarrrrggghh!" out.
Posted by Brown Man at Monday, October 12, 2009 2 comments:
Labels: Pirate Fest, Tybee Island
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