TOTALLY!! I couldn't believe how f****ing LOUD that thing was, and yeah, horrible music too. I was camping at 5 and D, planning on getting up before sunrise to pack up and that stupid car kept me up even with my super earplugs that had drowned out all other noise throughout the week.RedHeaven wrote: The art car on Sunday night at midnight by 5:00 and D that drove around in circles thru the neighborhood blasting the loudest shittiest worst gangsta rap I have ever heard. It was extremely disturbing. It was as loud as the loudest sound camp. Grodie to the max
So yeah, that's on my WORST list also. That and whoever "borrowed" my bike while I was in the potty burn night. However, riding around Sunday morning (on a campmate's bike) I rode by my bike!!!! So since I got it back I'm not too upset about the borrower, hopefully they really needed it and/or brought some extra happiness to someone's night because of it.
Everything!!! It's very hard, I had an amazing first burn. Definitely the wonderful people of Hushville, especially Camp Althing who adopted me right away (I was a virgin who didn't know anyone). Hushville was such an amazing, kind, diverse group of people. I also LOVED being next to Kidsville! Before I got there I thought I wouldn't want to see kids out there, but I totally changed my mind. I met so many kids that were so happy and excited about being there.
The two little girls (maybe 5 years old) who had turned their power wheels jeep into an art car and drove all over in it. So amazing.
The "forest" out past the temple within the white wall, so cool.
Hammock Camp, which saved my life the day I stayed up all night to watch the sunrise, a nap was so helpful.
My awesome rideshare who made the trip up and back so much nicer.
The foot wash/massage I got at center camp from a super nice 15 year burner.
Volunteering at Arctica- so fun and cold!!
Too much to list really, it was all really great, very very few negatives, I will definitely be back next year!!