A unique and distinctive culture emerges from the Burning Man experience. Rooted in the values expressed by the Ten Principles, this culture is manifested around the globe through art, communal effort, and innumerable individual acts of self-expression. To many, it is a way of life.
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I'll be here all week, and please tip the piano player.
Because you don't want your damn shelter blowing the fuck down.
faeflora wrote:Because you don't want your damn shelter blowing the fuck down.
I am good at planning and building camps. Over time my gift to BRC has been bringing extra shelters and hammocks for less-prepared artists to use. I made several people more comfortable this year and it barely set me back any extra time or money at all. I already owned the stuff. All I did was bring it and set it up.
For the OP...You apparently didnt get off the Esplande enough, there is wayyyy more art in the camping area's then out in deep playa!!!
Names pinemom, but my friends call me "Piney".
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pinemom wrote:For the OP...You apparently didnt get off the Esplande enough, there is wayyyy more art in the camping area's then out in deep playa!!!
Maybe the OP has changed his mind in the 2 years that this thread was first started in..
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
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They remind me of figs! Juicy!
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