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In the spirit of clutter here is what I learned from the link that Molotov provided that I had not seen before. Those that choose volunteers for the medical side at least take from the end of the burn to about February off. So no need to try to stir them up, they aren't home. I worked my first burn ...
- Sun Oct 13, 2019 3:56 am
- Forum: Stories
- Topic: Burning in the Burbs 2019 Getting my Ego washed and other tales from the city that never/ ever was .
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Re: Burning in the Burbs 2019 Getting my Ego washed and other tales from the city that never/ ever wa
Very entertaining read. I will make it a point to have tea with you in 2020. I was on the playa 12 days and worked 10 twelve hour shifts as a medic on one of the ambulances you saw running around the playa. That was stupid too much. I am aiming for half that in 2020. They shuffled us to different lo...
- Sun Oct 13, 2019 3:30 am
- Forum: The Greeter's Station
- Topic: Planning on making 2020 my first burn!
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2019 was my first burn. Best advice I got was "your experience will totally depend on what kind of attitude and willingness you bring".
Thanks for the welcome. I live about 100 miles southeast of St. Louis near what horrifically seems to be a dying university. Gateway Burners in St.Louis is my nearest regional group and we are going to their fall picnic next weekend. Promised to bring homemade food so that should help. Plan to stick...
Hello, my name is Dave. 2019 was my first burn. I was the night medic on HGH ambulance Delta 4. I was on the playa for 12 days and worked 10 of those on 12 hour night shifts. Worked a bit too much ya think? It was a wonderful start and I saw and experienced much. One of the very positive experiences...