cfilson wrote:Frankly, I'm not worried about what I'm exposing--
As for where we'll be-- uh, you tell me? Our site will be at least 30'x30' because of the 10x10 tents we're using. As I mentioned, didn't officially register as a theme camp, so we're on our own site-wise.
What exactly IS the deal with picking a site at Burning Man? [never been] Do you just show up and stake your claim like some kind of land rush? Don't mind being farther out on the fringes, maybe it'll be a little quieter. And I don't want to crowd anyone..
Dusza Beben wrote:Hello! The real DB here, looking forward to meeting you on the playa.
We'll have croquet as well, perhaps a round robin tournament is in order! :wink:
There is an entire thread about skirt lifters over on the Steampunk Forum
that you may find usefull for chain avoidance.
It's those damn flamingos ducking and those hedgehogs rolling away!Dusza Beben wrote:We can't play croquet either, but we do have fun trying!
unjonharley wrote:The croquet is played with sledge hammers an bowling balls..
unjonharley wrote:Once a year in July I go to Portland for "Mondo Croquet and Mad Hatter Day"
The croquet is played with sledge hammers an bowling balls..
Always present is the tea party table and costums you would not believe.. Onlookers and passer-bys don't know weather to stay and watch or call the police.. It is held on the fringe of a wineo district.. Some times you can hear a drunk say he's swearing off the stuff..
Tiahaar wrote:unjonharley wrote:The croquet is played with sledge hammers an bowling balls..
YEAH!! That'd be the fun way to play that game!! and wear the steel-toes fer heavens sake
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