Mid-20's SF Burner and Her Mom Seek Camp

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Mid-20's SF Burner and Her Mom Seek Camp

Post by Nature4Us » Sat Aug 09, 2014 3:55 pm

Hello! This will be my third burn and my Mom's second burn. We're looking for a camp to join. We're happy to pay dues and help out when needed. It would be great if there were other people in my Mom's age range (she's 60) for her to hang out with when I sleep in during the mornings. We are very self sufficient with a large shade structure. We'd just like some company.

Mom's a happily retired scientist and an avid skier and and gardener. She lives in eastern Washington state. I love hiking and have an education startup here in San Francisco. On the playa I love staying out late and dancing, especially at Robot Heart. Anyone need more campers?

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Re: Mid-20's SF Burner and Her Mom Seek Camp

Post by tamarakay » Sat Aug 09, 2014 8:00 pm

Sent you a private message.
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Re: Mid-20's SF Burner and Her Mom Seek Camp

Post by BoyScoutGirl » Sun Aug 10, 2014 5:46 pm

The Lamplighters have plenty of folks over 50 and we're friendly! We're in a central location with a lot of shade, too.

If your mom is looking to do a little volunteering one morning, we can always use a hand collecting lanterns in the morning. Have her come by Lamplighters by 8am any day of the week. We're at about 5:00 in the circle around Center Camp this year. Morning lantern collection isn't as physically difficult as the actual procession (there's a support vehicle following the group) and it's a fun way to see the inner playa and Esplanade in the morning.
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Re: Mid-20's SF Burner and Her Mom Seek Camp

Post by Slickjack » Tue Aug 12, 2014 4:57 pm

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