gaminwench wrote:You're coming!!!???!!!
YOU are top of my list of 'eplayans most want to meet" !!!
C.f.M. wrote:When I was in Kenya, the mud accumulated on our shoes and was measurable. My sandals turned into platforms. I hadn't seen anything like it.
Elliot wrote:C.f.M. wrote:When I was in Kenya, the mud accumulated on our shoes and was measurable. My sandals turned into platforms. I hadn't seen anything like it.
Yup. 1/2 inch lift per step.
Good to "see" you again!
MrBeardy wrote:"FORK YOUR DAY!" - SFSLIM
Jackrabbit Speaks wrote:THE WEATHER
First off, weather happens on playa. It's quite unpredictable, in fact. It's hot. It's cold. Last week it rained ... like crazy. And when it rains on playa, it gets super muddy and slippery. However, once the rains stop, it dries out rather quickly (which it did, thankfully).
It's unlikely it'll rain during the event, but you never do know. Really, you don't. So come prepared for anything. (And the best thing to do if it rains is to STAY PUT, don't drive your vehicle, don't ride your bike, listen to BMIR for updates and wait it out.)
If you'd like to know what's happening on playa RIGHT NOW, check out our Black Rock City weather station ... data uploads every 5 minutes. Enjoy!
And if you'd like to watch other forecasters make feeble attempts to predict what will be happening, check out these sources:
C.f.M. wrote:Latest update I just got is still cloudy and stormy...the packer in me is so confused. To wellie or not to wellie? No way I can fit an umbrella. Do I need the crazy cold weather stuff? One year I need the wool coat and fur hat, next year I never layer on more than a hoodie. The desert is trying to kill you, in more ways than one.
Barefoot = best in muddy playa?
FIGJAM wrote:There is no rain.
Lonesomebri wrote:Yet still no reply to my post on how to attach a gutter system to my shade shelter...
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