Giant Hippie Spotted in Ferndale
Mark Richards strapped on a 14-foot hippie made of water noodles during the Magic Bus' set in the west Ferndale Public Library parking lot.
All of a sudden, there was this giant hippie dancing to the tunes of the Magic Bus.
That happened. In the western parking lot of the Ferndale Public Library, Mark Richards, of Waterford, strapped on a human-like figure, about 14 feet tall and made of water noodles, and began to dance to the '60s rock 'n' roll that the band played.
It was a sight to behold as Richards and his giant hippie danced their way through the crowd.
"It's not so heavy," he said before going out in front of the stage. "It's made of water noodles."
Richards, who is part of Magic Bus – a '60s rock 'n' roll, hippie-influenced band – said the giant hippie is part of the act during the day.
"Magic Bus usually has these great light shows, but you can't see that during the day so we tried to think of something else," he said.
That something else was a giant dancing hippie.
The western parking lot of the library will have live music Friday and Saturday as well. Check here for a complete schedule of Ferndale Woodward Dream Cruise events.
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