Contrary to your belief that everything must have order, our camp had no organization. We had no dues, no "mandatory volunteer" shifts, no set schedules or tasks and most importantly NO DRAMA. Everything was very organic. Some people that signed up never showed up and some people that never heard of us before joined to create a close knit family. The space seemed so much bigger on Sunday Night, by Tuesday we realized how big our group really was. We shared our food, our alcohol, our clothes, our other items, our party favors.. We had a communal kitchen, communal food, communal liquor. So if you didn't like what your brought, there was plenty to go around. We had seminars and inspirational speaking, music (until the genny died), and lighting. Many people who stopped by were welcomed with open arms and told to pick some poison from the booze pile. It felt great to be told that we had the chillest camp on playa. We had 6-7 people sleep at other camps and spend all their time with us. We had 9 different countries represent and by the end we promised to do it again next year only bigger, better, and maybe with an art car. It was very emotional when people started packing up and leaving. BTW, I haven't sent out e-mail invites because I'm still looking for the list somewhere in the trailer but there is a Camp Hotel Rug facebook group now.