We've been offline a little while today working on a big Ichthus piece for tomorrow's paper, which I think you'll really like. Emily Spence took some fantastic pictures of mudsoaked campers, and I understand there may be some video in store next week. I've covered 10 Ichthus Festivals now and this one has to be the biggest roller coaster, from a hot, sweaty, heady opening day to the disappointment of Friday's storms and cancelled concerts to an almost perfect Saturday afternoon. David Crowder is on stage with his beloved keytar under the setting sun. The hillside is filled with people, as are the fields in front of the Edge and Deep End stages. Go back and read the posts from last night and savor the contrasts. It hasn't been the easiest Ichthus, but it's ending on a good note.