Out of Africa, 1875-1907 [Victorian theme camp-unregistered]

Re: The aftermath..

Postby cfilson » Wed Sep 10, 2008 12:41 pm

Marscrumbs wrote:
cfilson wrote:You know, I'm actually kind of glad Out of Africa didn't pan out this year, because the weather/dust storms would have obliterated everything I would have brought or built.


And why should your camp torment be different than everyone elses?



The idea I had required a lot of hand props and big, open tents. That would have lasted about ten minutes before being eaten/erased by the desert. I knew the weather would be harsh, but that was an eye-opener. Lesson learned.

Had some other ideas for next year.. More suited to the harsh clime. May rework the Out of Africa idea [very fond of it, already done work on it], or do a WW2 bar thing that's a bit over the top. Me and my big ideas..
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Postby fciron » Wed Sep 10, 2008 2:02 pm

Helpful, ain'tcha?
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Postby gyre » Wed Sep 10, 2008 6:39 pm

SF has that big city isolation thing going on.
Be prepared to tell someone you meet to go fuck themselves on a daily basis.
It still has all those very smart and interesting people too.
Beautiful city too.
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Postby Dusza Beben » Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:05 pm

Did I say it would change your life? If I didn't I meant to. :wink:
Ms. Filson,
Your smile was a shining beacon when I really needed one. Thank you for gracing the Bomb Bay Tea Room with your presence.
Your sense of style is only exceeded by your beauty.
The Bomb Bay Co. may return next year though at this juncture I doubt we will. Getting the family and all of our crap there from Ohio is just not fiscally responsibly on a yearly basis. I wish you luck in your quest.

Regards,
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Postby unjonharley » Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:10 pm

Dusza Beben wrote:Did I say it would change your life? If I didn't I meant to. :wink:
Ms. Filson,
Your smile was a shining beacon when I really needed one. Thank you for gracing the Bomb Bay Tea Room with your presence.
Your sence of style is only exceeded by your beauty.
The Bomb Bay Co. may return next year though at this juncture I doubt we will. Getting the family and all of our crap there from Ohio is just not fiscally responsibly on a yearly basis. I wish you luck in your quest.

Regards,
The Commodore


Hey, the wild west/gold rush towns were tents with false fronts.. Think a carport and each camper brings a item to make up the
camp..
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