cfilson wrote:Hey! Though we are not registering as an official theme camp, my friend and I [big steampunk fans] are doing a sort of Victorian lion safari thing titled Out of Africa, 1875-1907. Numerous tents, Union Jack flags flying, furniture, mosquito netting, bustles, bourbon and croquet-- the whole bit! Leaning towards a sort of women's hellfire club thing..
We'd love to see you! No clue where we'll be camping as yet, but we'll definitely come by for some tea and trouble. Please relay this to anyone else you think would be interested or is doing something along the same lines, would love to chat!
Los Angeles, CA
I was gonna charge for airship parking to help pay for the trip. Could be a good moneymaker if we're anywhere near the main stage.
fciron wrote:I'll say it again. That curtain is luscious.
Are we running a tea-house or a bordello?
mojo wrote:I love your camp! I shall bring you a box of my favorite tea (hard to find but well worth the hunt). Need xtra teapots?
Dusza Beben wrote:mojo wrote:I love your camp! I shall bring you a box of my favorite tea (hard to find but well worth the hunt). Need xtra teapots?
Jolly Good! It will be gladly accepted and shared as we attemt to cultivate the savages. Can one ever really have too many teapots?
Marscrumbs wrote:MozyBonz wrote:
I want one of these, this would be my American Dream vehicle, hydrogen-solar power. That is untill everybody in the neighborhood and their uncle owned a airship.
Hindenburg burn was overrated. Most people on it survived but for a few jumpers. It was that crazy guy on the radio that doomed Hydrogen crafts.
This is the 21st Century after all we new modern composite avalable.
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