Monday, July 06, 2009

The Best Weed in Washington State Can Be Found in the Methow Valley

I think that's the only logical conclusion to be had after reading this:
In the foothills of the North Cascades, where the veil between dimensions is said to be thinnest, inhabitants of this world gather once a year to coexist with fairies in theirs.

About 250 people came to the Methow Valley June 26 through 28 from as far away as Europe and Hawaii to participate in the ninth annual Fairy and Human Relations Congress, an outdoor festival in a secluded mountain meadow called Skalitude.

A giant crop circle depicting a pinwheel-shaped sun had been cut into the high grass. An open-air tent pavilion stood at the lower end of the meadow. Farther up, white peace banners fluttered in a circular array.

"The purpose of the congress is to encourage communication and cooperation of the fairy realm," said Michael "Skeeter" Pilarski, the event's founder and organizer.
This was the above-the-fold, page 1 article in the Sunday Spokesman-Review, and I believe that this is what will save old media. Indeed.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live in the Okanogan Valley and I didn't hear about this. I agree with your assessment in the title though. :)

9:52 PM  

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