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Rock of the Woods appeared well behaved

Rock of the Woods performers included Lily Fawn of the band Meatdraw on the trumpet. - Peter W. Rusland
Rock of the Woods performers included Lily Fawn of the band Meatdraw on the trumpet.
— image credit: Peter W. Rusland

Rock of the Woods appeared to be well-behaved good times during Saturday's visit by the News Leader Pictorial.

Woodheads of all ages were soaking up rays, frolicking in the river's super-cool swimming hole, playing games such as bean-bag toss, sipping a beverage, enjoying lunch, and listening to a bunch of bands on the single stage perched on private property in Sahtlam, owned by hosts Sarah Devito and Clay Frost.

Fears by neighbours — given free tickets to the annual forest festival — seemed unfounded as area Director Loren Duncan socialized, police casually checked for rowdies, and some rockers slept off Friday night's adventures.

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