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Monday, March 21, 2011

Ronnie & Caro 2011 Review

Collection - Collection was a BREEZE... I was in Section #1 Go Green. ALL parts were in tack. The pants were not the normal board shorts but capris that had a GREAT fit. Monday wear was also put into consideration; we were given orange T- Shirts and an orange hat.

Monday - Met the band on the Avenue because I was late. The band looked like a sea of orange and the vibe was nice. Our first judging point was Adam Smith Square them we made our way to South Quay and up Fredrick street. It was on Fredrick Street it kicked it that the stage is in front of us and we got to take advantage. At the intersection ( Park and Fredrick *to go to Charlotte) Island People blocked us but while we were waiting, they gave us pies, I had the cheese, to tell you the truth it was THE BEST I ever had, they were HOT and nice. We then continued up Fredrick Street till we got to the Savannah where we did take ADVANTAGE of the stage. We then went on lunch at QRC grounds (Lunch was great MUST say who did the food did a great job). We then got up and chipped down to Saint James where my crew and I left.

Monday Grades: Food- A*
Drinks- A * NEVER RAN OUT
Vibes- A *** GREAT
Overall - GREAT

Tuesday- The day we waited for was here, got up at like 5AM and got dressed for the road. Parked in NIPDEC and went to meet the band in front the Twin Towers on Independence Square and started the wassiness from the time I met the band. Breakfast was Sada with a vegetable of your choice so I had potato. We crossed Downtown for the first time in front of Legacy. YES we were the first downtown and then we were headed to the Savannah. We got stuck behind TRIBE so I went and check out the TRIBERS in full gear and trust me they looked not normal TRIBE (sic), I did see people having costume troubles. They look like they were attacked by the warriors within. So we took advantage of the stage and then headed to lunch. Lunch was pelau, BBQ chicken, fresh salad and macaroni salad. After lunch we were headed for the Avenue and when I realized they turned onto Tragerete road to get to the mas camp so I headed to NIPDEC to get my car and headed home.

I had a BALL and my foreigners too; they have applied for Vacation for next year and are currently looking for tickets for next year. So, you could tell, they had a time.
Ronnie & Caro did a GREAT job and we will be there next year once we live to see 2012 . SURVIVORS !! Wonder what is in store for 2012 ?

Monday Wear Creations!

Whether it was a  creation decorated by you, a special costume that was custom ordered or reinventing the Monday Wear given by your band, these ladies are just a small sample of the creativity that was seen on the road on Carnival Monday! 


TRIBE 









BLISS

YUMA 







ISLAND PEOPLE

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after



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