The scene is free, literally. No admission tickets needed, and plenty of free parking right smack dab in the middle of it all.
Loads of fest-y food and drink, and best of all, places to sit, eat, drink and be merry.
This is very attractive to my tribe. Who likes to stand and juggle a gyro and a beer? Not us.
Hampton Police force also does a fine job of being lenient, and inconspicuous. Translate that as being a very low-hassle event.
Last year I took these shots of a van that I fell in love with, because I figured, 'that's dedication'.
So... I bought a CD for a tenner from a beautiful lass, I believe was named Baby-Punch McGee which helped them gas up their brilliant land yacht to head off on more piratey adventures.
Meanwhile... at Pirate's Cove...
it was dinnertime...
The best was watching the kids swordfighting and then dancing in the round in front of the Bunch of Grapes Tavern at Pirates Cove.
Wild little heathens... it was great.