Well, here we are. Getting ready for Baystock 2014. Rumor has it that the deer ticks are in full force. So, bring plenty of repellent, and make sure you don’t burn the place down (I know some of you may take some desperate actions). As many of you know, a few years ago, a decision was been made to buy the land out of the state program, and save our trees. To do this, we needed pay the back
Hello, fellow Baystockers. Another Baystock (best ever!) We survived a couple of storms and enough bees to call this year’s event, Beestock. Thanks to Don and Kenny, for putting up some photos from this year, on the web site. Make sure to check them out. Also have a time-lapse movie of the Wine and Cheese. Thanks to everyone who participated. It’s a great social event, and we all get to try out some awesome food
Teresa’s new Facebook profile picture says it all. Happy Baystock!Can’t say what the weather will be like, this year, but I would pack extra clothes. We have this year’s line-up on the web site (https://www.baystock.com), so make sure to check it out. Some old names, new names and regulars. Gotta love them all!Also have posted some old Baystock posters, you can take a look at, along with photos and videos. We will try to get more
Well, another success. Lots of new faces which we know will return again and again. One weekend per year, where we all have 300 friends (Great quote, Dave!). The volatile weather was manageable and barely noticeable, as we just enjoyed the music and friends. We already have some great photos on the site (thanks Don and Kenny). Kenny also got some really good recordings. Check out the web site (https://www.baystock.com, and click on the “Music”
I have bad news and great news about the logging job that happened by Baystockland. The bad news is, it happened. Picture a line that runs from right before the main entrance through Murray’s campsite, everything towards Butterfield Road from this line has been select cut. The selecting part of the cut left all our huge pines and most of the smaller pines standing. In between these lonely standing giants are all the other tree
Howdy Campers, 30 years, and it keeps getting better. Amazing. This year we had the full moon, perfect weather and great music. There were many faces stuck in a 3 day smile. Many people spend a lot of time and energy working on things like: sound, lights, generator, security, work weekenders, shower, digging outhouses, hanging the stage tarp, firewood, t-shirts, wine, pottery, food, tikis, coffee, wine & cheese, face painting, trash and more . .