First of all, i want to give everyone huge props for hauling your tuki (plural for tukus) up from wherever you came from to throw yourselves into the gravel and mud! Thanks to all of you, I think the event was a huge success ...at least for a first shot at an on-snow rail jam in August in Vermont.
We had a great time, but I'm already working on how to make this even better. Some things are pretty clear, like we need more features (I'm thinking three to four off each side of the flatbed, and maybe more than one trailer), we need a better system for moving people through so you get more time on the rails (and less poaching), we need more astro-turf and more hay ('cause the gravel was a wee bit harsh....) and more shade for the crowd (and the snow, though we had plenty left). Oh, and of course more prizes and giveaways never hurt.
But, I am just one little me thinking my little thoughts, so I figured I'd open it up to you all, who really made the event what it was. What do you think? How can we (reasonably) make this even better for you? What would make this worth driving back for year after year?