Favorite 2007 Theme Camp

Postby Samsa Bee » Wed Sep 12, 2007 3:35 pm

What did everyone think of the Black Hole Bowl at Lustre Village? Lustre, tho isnt the most popular known theme camp, is full of interaction and really amazing grounding welcoming folk. We even had the cops bowling at one point! Hilarious.....And the PlayaPlex, tho I wasnt fond of the tunes they played, played some epic shitty movies w/real movie theater seats. Xanadu on tues night was one of my favorite experiences of a lifetime.

"A place
where nobody dared to go
the love that we came to know...
we are in xanadu....
and now
Open your eyes and see
what we ahve made is real
we are in xanadu.....
A million lights are dancing
and there you are
a shooting star......
xanadu your neon lights will shine...."

OK Im biast, but I just spent lots of time at camp this year due to beachfront property and a lot of stuff to do there. Next year my big goal is to get back to the 'burbs and be my usual exploratory self. I wouldnt personally camp on the Esplanade again.....I didnt realize how important the backstreets were to my overall experience.
~8~ buzzzzzzzzzz
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Postby plowman » Wed Sep 12, 2007 8:23 pm

Stag camp has got to be the most original and unique camps I have ever expierienced
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Postby searock420 » Thu Sep 13, 2007 7:18 am

LAFers.Great people,lot's to drink and eat(did you get some of that Habenero Tequila?)and lots of laughs
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Postby unjonharley » Thu Sep 13, 2007 9:01 am

almost all camps were theme camps to me.. each doing there own thing and waveing hello or inviting me in to rest and a drink..

my face hurt from smiling for a whole week.. the smile is still lasting a couple of weeks later.. it seems to atract smiles from others..and it feels so good..
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Postby FallenAngel » Thu Sep 13, 2007 11:03 am

Bad Idea Theatre in the 3:00 Plaza
The Irish Pub at 10:00 (can't remember the name)
Miniature Golf on the Esplanade
Spike's Vampire Bar at Center Camp
The Havana Room in the 3:00 Plaza (a bit biased here ;) )
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Postby Fixxxator » Wed Sep 26, 2007 3:27 am

How about carp camp? Yeah yeah, they built the man (twice), but they also provided a bitching bike jump. Black Sabbath Pancakes Rule!
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Postby Treason » Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:32 pm

Arachne's Web, without a doubt.
It's just the way I'm wired...
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Postby Sensei » Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:06 pm

Cereal Thriller Camp.

Loved it. Not only was their bar beautifully decorated with cereal boxes, they fed me Fruit Loops when I was least expecting it.
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"Last Call!"

Postby Deviant » Sat Sep 29, 2007 11:02 pm

The "Last Call" bar on Tuesday... after all the burny things had burned, after all the street signs had been stolen, during the dust storm which tested Burner perseverance and brought the straggling, leftover Burners together in intimate bonding experiences...

There was a bar, set in front of a parachute-covered dome camp, who's name was unknown, located at about 5:08-and-something (A? B? I dunno...), which seemingly ran as a random co-op and who's patron-operators called out "LAST CALL!!!" as they served sun-heated cheap tequila and gin in scavenged, mud-caked vessels & containers of any and every possible sort.

I met God (or is it "Gawd"... anyways, he's from L.A. it seems), Jesus, Chris, a lovely woman from Davis (forgive me for not retaining her name after a substantial amount of alcohol and a long discussion about a Davis after-party), and two Aussies whom I took home with me (by their own will, believe it or not) and with whom I formed an amazing bond and probably lifetime friendships.

Now, to ME, THAT'S what Burning Man is all about.

Also, The Liquid Latex Lounge (MY bias), Camp Brigit (my neighbors with the gracious hospitality, sheltering RV, and damn-f*cking-fun Nitrous Oxide tank during the dust storm).

There's more, I'm sure, but I guess it's not necessary to try to remember everything all at once. Nor may it be possible to remember everything at all, if it comes right down to it.

Cheers to you, you're damn fine folks!

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Postby Z Spy » Tue Oct 02, 2007 9:08 pm

Terminal City ROCKED -- aka the 3:00 plaza!
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Postby emotion_sickness » Tue Oct 02, 2007 9:59 pm

Fat SAM wrote:STAG CAMP!!!! Snoogens!


YES INDEEDY!! i was a fan of the grand hotel too...some of the nicest most welcoming people i met this year were running the show there...thanks guys!
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Postby GREENPENIS » Thu Nov 01, 2007 6:12 pm

Green Manhood !!!
Way better public showers than HCW or ANYONE ELSE !!!
And I swear I'm not being biased. Seriously.
I'm taking Viagra and drinking prune juice - I don't know if I'm coming or going.
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Postby Simon of the Playa » Sun Nov 18, 2007 9:26 am

the T & A truck stop in Sparks.
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Postby CLARKcon » Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:22 am

Favorite 2007 Theme Camp: The B(o)(o)by Bar/EBC
Favorite 2008 Theme Camp: The B(o)(o)by Bar/EBC
Favorite 2009 Theme Camp: The B(o)(o)by Bar/EBC & COFFEE CAMP
COFFEE CAMP: "The Social Hub of the Uncivilized World"
"Remember- Drink coffee...it's for your own good"
"DRINK IT!"
"...it's only just begun."
"To Percolate & Serve."
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Postby LeChatNoir » Sat Jan 19, 2008 1:25 am

Karine and I tried to find Coffee Camp but got lost in a dust storm.
The New and Improved Black Cat... now with 25% more blather
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Postby CLARKcon » Sat Jan 19, 2008 10:26 am

Don't worry LCN- In 08' we'll have one hand on the braziure strap & the other holding a ceramic mug of java :D
COFFEE CAMP: "The Social Hub of the Uncivilized World"
"Remember- Drink coffee...it's for your own good"
"DRINK IT!"
"...it's only just begun."
"To Percolate & Serve."
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