Tag Archives: Pétassou

Burning Man, the 2018 edition

On Tuesday of this past week (March 20), I was away from the village for most of the morning, but Radio Free Daglan’s Chief Staff Photographer — my wife, Jan — was not only at home, but on the ball. … Continue reading

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A perfect day for a burning

Daglan woke up this morning to a thick fog that would have done London proud, but by 10 a.m. all the grey had burned away, and it turned out to be a gloriously sunny day. Perfect, in fact, for our … Continue reading

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Drums, costumed kids, a burning figure — Daglan has it all!

We now flash back a month or so, when key staff members of Radio Free Daglan (okay, my wife and I) were madly getting ready for a vacation to the west coast of Florida, which resulted in a long gap … Continue reading

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