I havent camped with you guys in a long time so I dont know what is involved anymore. I really dont care Mr.to Angry naked ball sack putting at my tipi door every morning Location? Can be hell by the toilets , I'd REALLY like to have a mutant vehicle, it added 90% to the fun factor, but again huge committment? Is my trailer still around.....could we revivte the coffin beer chiller, or is it fucked? Any ideas? In fact , am I going?
Its a good idea to camp village style, smaller groups kinds inter-related. Everybody takes care of their own basic needs like food etc, burt we could share a cool communal shade structure and joint events/performance. There is talk about a vehicle that we could restore, the old barcar. This would be especially helpful cool for the fire peeps and other performers since it has an ariel and fire attachments. Kinda a lot of work though. I am definitely not interested in a big camp style kitchen or deal with little camp jobs during the burn. I am so excited though that so many good friends are going this year...
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