River & Sky had a few vendors to keep us alive all weekend. The first place I visted was a vegetarian taco place called Tucos. I ordered a “phish” taco which was beer battered avocado, cabbage, cilantro and crema.
They also had this healthy juice made from orange, carrot, melon, pineapple, rhubarb, lemon, ginger and apple.
Club Fisher served up fire oven pizzas. This pepperoni and cheese pizza was thin and cheesily delicious.
Doggin’ served up the most delicious dry rub ribs that were cooked for hours.
They also had locally made sausages that were quick and delicious. I can’t help but add all the fixings on top.
Lastly, I couldn’t resist getting an ice cream sandwich from Sharquhar’s, a stand that also had a roaming bicycle selling the ice cream throughout the festival.
My Saturday photos of River & Sky are up on Ride the Tempo now. Here are a few favourites:
I just arrived home from weekend. I’ll update you later on my adventures at this camping festival I had never been to.
Yesterday I set up camp at River & Sky festival. This community festival is more like real camping than others I have been to.
I woke up a little eaten by bugs but it is an ok tradeoff for such a wonderful relaxing atmosphere. For the first real time last night, I looked up at the stars and saw galaxies full of them. I found the Big Dipper and appreciated all the natural bright lights in the sky.
In the city, the skies are frequently polluted with airplanes but here they were natures decorations.
There's not much cellphone signal here but I am okay with that!
I’m going to be somewhat off the grid this weekend (or I don’t know what reception is like). I’m headed to River & Sky Festival which takes place in Field, Ontario (wherever that is). It’s around a 4 hour drive from Toronto, and we headed out bright and early at 6am.
Daily blogging but get a bit hard but I’ll see what my reception can handle! Otherwise, see you on the other side!