Ailchinn wrote:I didn't see floating candles but the colossal size candle out by the man always had people there if it was lit. I didn't get any pictures of it and I'm looking for some...I can't explain to people just how big it was, it's something a picture would work better for. I loved it, especially putting my hand into the hot wax around 4 am when the ambient air temp was so cold...it felt good.
That thing was awesome. I make candles as a hobby and I know what a pain it can be for just one regular-sized one...I was thinking, "Ye Gods, I'd like to see this guy's workshop!" I got photos of that but believe it or not, I haven't gotten 'em developed yet. Still digging through my schtuph, trying to find my cameras...
Anyway, my campmate and I connected out there at random and she said, "Wouldn't it be awesome to come out here and do s'mores?"
Another reason I'm bringing a chimenea stove next year
P.S. to the person who was interested in making floating candles...you can get all-you-need-to-get-started kits at Michael's craft stores. I'm making a bunch of them for my own camp for this year, about a dozen a month. They're not as economical as just buying them in bags but then again, you have total artistic control — unlimited scents and dyes, special effects, et alia