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As one might imagine, it's been pretty muddy at Wakarusa

Posted By on Sat, Jun 1, 2013 at 8:14 PM

Wakarusa-goers got muddy this year.

Yeah, so the weather hasn't been super cooperative across much of the midwest and south lately, what with the wind and rain and lightning and tornadoes and thunderstorms and so forth, and as such it probably won't be super shocking to hear that it's been pretty muddy up on Mulberry Mountain at this year's Wakarusa. But those intrepid music lovers aren't going to let a few torrential downpours and the resulting mud-ageddon prevent them from gettin' on down to the righteous tunes.

Courtesy of photographer Grav Weldon, here are some shots of the mud-covered and the merely mud-spattered of muddy Mulberry Mountain. More photos after the jump, including one of what appears to be a bona fide Luck Dragon! (For those of you born in like 1993 or whatever, a Luck Dragon was a creature from the 1984 film "The NeverEnding Story," which is... eh, never mind.)

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Wakarusa 2013 pic

Wakarusa 2013 pic

Wakarusa 2013 pic

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