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Day Three At Port Elliot

Unfortuantly it was our last day at Port Eliot festival but before we left there was just a little bit of time to find the final secrets of the festival. One of the instalations we found is pictured above. It was a knitted tree cover by an artist called Graffti Grandma. It was also decorated with lights and some knitted baubles. Another treat was the Hullabaloo with cornish bollywood dancers and paper elephants. Fred Butler was making wreaths and garlends with flowers and everyone looked devine and slightly greek god like. The peniutimate attraction we saw was making clothes out of coloured toilet paper Just before we left stopped off in the Kitchen to see Sam McKnight and Camilla Morton where they baked us a deilcous cake whilst talking about the therapeutic properties of of baking. Stephen Jones also made a chef's hat and the whole thing was amazing. Then we packed off and headed over to my gandma's for a shower and a bed. All in all the festival was amazing, so chilled and the nights were crazy enough and days intresting enough to make everything perfect. The limit of 9000 people made it the right size so there were never too many or too little in one place. Unfortuantly the ground need a break for the next year so we have to wait for 2014 to get our next Port Eliot fix. So it looks like glastonbury will be my next stop. To everyone who performed and helped set up. Thank you