Etiquette for un-joining a camp with dues?

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Re: Etiquette for un-joining a camp with dues?

Postby sparr » Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:25 pm

Captain Goddammit wrote:This is all so fucked up. How about you camp with your friends
95% of my burner friends don't go to Burning Man. I camp with them at the events they do go to. For my trip to BRC, I choose to find another camp.

Also, it's less about the literal "camp with" part for me and more about having big projects to work on. Things to build, etc.
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Re: Etiquette for un-joining a camp with dues?

Postby viajera80 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:43 pm

Way to go Dr. Pyro! Barbie Death Camp and Wine Bistro has been around forever. Long before "plug and play" was even uttered.

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Re: Etiquette for un-joining a camp with dues?

Postby some seeing eye » Wed Mar 22, 2017 9:02 pm

Have you ever thought of starting your own camp, organizing projects as challenging as you like, and organizing a group of friends to participate?
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Re: Etiquette for un-joining a camp with dues?

Postby sparr » Thu Mar 23, 2017 2:57 pm

some seeing eye wrote:Have you ever thought of starting your own camp, organizing projects as challenging as you like, and organizing a group of friends to participate?

I have definitely thought of it. I've found the idea daunting without having a "home base" for a significant length of time. Now that I've been in one spot (ish) for a year I think it might be more viable.
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Re: Etiquette for un-joining a camp with dues?

Postby sparr » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:27 am

VultureChow wrote:As long as they're not counting on you for onplaya shifts...

Scheduling on-playa shifts would count as hearing something from them about what's going on with regards to planning.
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