Martiansky wrote:Oh, and I rode through a street right after the water truck came by and the tires got a thin coat of mud on them and then it dried and flew right off! YAY!
misfit wrote:26x2.125 knobby tires are avalible for cruiser bikes, and are easy to find..... check your local bike shop.....
Elliot wrote:danwax wrote:Elliot,
I will be a virgin in 2014. I fly from Quebec and take a Burner Express bus to the playa.
As I cannot bring a lot of stuff, do you think I could borrow one of your bikes?
No. No Quebecois allowed.
THAT’S A JOKE!
Absolutely, most certainly, you will have a bicycle waiting for you. You will be joining several other fantastic folks from Quebec, such as Patsh and Delle on this forum.
I’m starting the 2014 bike reservation list now.
I keep hearing good things about Burner Express, so that is probably a good choice.
And welcome to ePlaya! Feel free to engage in all sorts of conversations here.
I will bring a bike lock and cold beers
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Pie Snatcher wrote:
Things I did wrong
Pie Snatcher wrote:Did not connect with enough strangers- I guess I let my shy self get the best of me, this year I'm going to do it right and meet more random folks.
Pie Snatcher wrote:Lost it on day 5- We had an early access pass because of the art cars in our camp, on day 5 the heat/dirt/depletion of various kinds got to me and I just couldn't really handle communication with my wife(who was my brand new g/f at the time) or anyone really. A hot meal, a shower, a nap, and some love from my friends got me back in my right mind.
Pie Snatcher wrote:Did not bring any playa gifts- I don't fault myself for this because it was my virgin burn, but it really was special to get things from people. Thing year I have gifts in line.
*Kat* wrote: No idea yet what we'll do with cooler water this year - probably just pack it out again.
VultureChow wrote:I would agree that cooler water (provided it is kept clear of solid bits) is only barely grey water. I drink my ice melt, but I keep the ice bagged separately from the food and other items.
Regarding BLM, the trucks providing e coli laden hippie showers are more toxic than cooler water or properly sterilized grey water.
*Kat* wrote:I am yet undecided as to what I'll do this year. I'm toying with the idea to turn the street sign into a palm tree and putting up multiple signs. But then somebody might just cut down the whole thing...
sheilabug123 wrote:this was extremely helpful as a first timer myself.....question? theme camp this year....I think im too late and now im quite nervous..any ideas on ones still taking members?
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