Taking a short break from resting.
Dr. Yes, your kind words are very much appreciated. And it was an honor to assist the Temple Crew, however peripherally.
We recorded 494 bicycles repaired! Plus a number which eluded being recorded in the "front desk" ledger. So over 500.
On that note.... While I was in that rest area, a stranger pulled in and introduced himself. Loren, of Playa Bike Repair, in the 9:00 Plaza. (Loren Geller.) He casually mentioned that they had repaired "thousands" of bikes. So I told him 494. He asked how I had arrived at such a precise number. So I told him about our "appointment book", which our front desk crew invented on the spot (and which served fabulously). He admitted he was only estimating
Camp was marvelously free of MOOP when everybody else had left! I am soooo lucky to have such a fine crew.
So.... Our move to the 4:30 Plaza was an operational success.
Our frontage, however, looked thrown together -- which it was. But we "need" something to improve on for next year.
Secondary activities were also successful.
Maryanimal's Foot Wash & Lotion Service
was a smash hit.
Angela's Note To Self
operation totaled 50 letters -- to be mailed on the Burnal Equinox.
The piano was popular, and nobody went thirsty.
D-I-Y repair was a big hit. More tools next year.
Battery Charging had a wide variety of customers.
Rick & Marcia's "self-service confessional" was a nice addition.
I could go on, but my "break" from resting is over.
I will never be able to thank my camp members adequately for all they did, and did so well. Whatta crew!