sputnik wrote:Major disadvantages from my POV are the distance from the action and the fact that you are totally exposed and have no way to use your vehicle as a windbreak.
Captain Goddammit wrote:My impression after years of BM-ing is that walk-in camping is for people that don't want to go to Burning Man!
dr.placebo wrote:If you like camping, and you prefer the "tent" section to the "RV" section, and you don't mind an extra 5-10 minutes to get to the hub, then it might be just fine for you.
bm_cricket wrote:So what you are saying is: City kids are city kids. Country folk are country folk. T'aint no diffr'n in Black Rock City!
CapSmashy wrote:Not always true. When I go camping, it either fits in my pack or it stays at home.
When I got Burning Man it more like, yeah, I think the trailer can take another 400 pounds or so, but we're gonna need more straps.
bm_cricket wrote:Some people are more sensitive to sleeping where there is generator exhaust/noise or where the ground is shaking from dub-step. I haven't had your experience that they don't want to be at Burning Man.
Captain Goddammit wrote:But that's Burning Man!
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