graidawg wrote:Trishntek wrote:LET THERE BE CHAOS!
oh yes please.
MyDearFriend wrote:graidawg wrote:Trishntek wrote:LET THERE BE CHAOS!
oh yes please.
Bwahahahahahaha, shall I bring along a hat pin for you?
mgb327 wrote:I personally am hoping for a few good days of simply "coming out of it alive" weather to weed out the...oh, nevermind.
jcliff wrote:My secret hope is that it will be apocolyptic conditions....I mean the four horseman riding down the esplanade epic. I'd like to see next year's viral video titled "Hold On to Your Mother Fucking Hat" instead of the cheery "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" Mother Nature may be our best hope for normalizing ticket sales next year.
jcliff wrote:Just got back from a work weekend at Burning Man Ranch....and it was windy as hell. The good news is that there was no major dust kicked up off the playa. Of course, that could change by August.
ystretch80 wrote:jcliff wrote:Just got back from a work weekend at Burning Man Ranch....and it was windy as hell. The good news is that there was no major dust kicked up off the playa. Of course, that could change by August.
There is hardly any dust until the gates open. Dust storms are mostly dictated by the wind.
ygmir wrote:.... as much as anything, the dust comes from all the driving and walking, etc, crushing the delicate crust exposing the powder to the wind.
weather man wrote:I just got back from Rendezvous (Memorial Day). This video was from our campsite (4:00/G) last year.
The ground was pretty soft.
ygmir wrote:I can see a mass exodus, after the first 14 hour, 115 degree dust storm, that will leave BRC pretty quiet.......and, drop attendance for the following year, when people come out and say how nasty it is there............
Simon of the Playa wrote:i guess this means the back of the ticket is actually pertinent info because
YOU MAY DIE!!!
no seriously, if you have never been to Black rock desert, you had better begin to respect it by preparing properly.
temperature swings of 50 degrees within 12 hours are NOT UNUSUAL.
winds of over 70 mph and dust storms that last HOURS are not unusual.
Last Years NEAR PERFECT WEATHER was REALLY FUCKING UNUSUAL.
so, you better bring more than just wine and cheese to this picnic.
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