Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping!

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Re: Are you driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC?

Postby wedeliver » Mon Jun 10, 2013 6:49 am

Hi, probably we will have people here on a regular basis a week to a week and a half before the burn, but we don't have any camps building anything here this year yet so you probably would not be immersed in burners. That could change if anyone wants to use our property to prep before going to BRC, including you VenusDreams.


VenusDreams wrote:OH wow what a beautiful offer!! I live in Humboldt county.. but would you be welcome to me spending a little time with all the burners/campers you acquire before heading to the Playa? I am a lone Burner in a small ass town called Fortuna. I would love to me immersed in burners BEFORE I reach the desert :]

Thank you for being such open caring souls, this is what I love to see in the world.

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Re: Are you driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC?

Postby wedeliver » Mon Jun 10, 2013 6:52 am

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craig1231 wrote: Will be flying in from Albany to Seattle, then driving from Tacoma to Black Rock. I was told it would be a good idea to split the driving up a bit and maybe stay somewhere overnight.

Absolutely! I've been driving to BRC from Seattle for over ten years; originally I did it in one big loooong day but it's MUCH nicer to split it up.
Nowadays I even split it into three; Seattle to burner friend's place in Portland first, then to Cedarville the next day, then to the playa the next.
The only reason I don't stop at WeDeliver's is that I'm getting 5 or 6 MPG in my truck hauling all my stuff and can't afford venture at all off of the most direct path!


I guess you don't go to Alturas, cause if you do go to Alturas we are just as direct as 395...btw.. :)
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby Cider Fairy » Thu Jun 20, 2013 3:56 am

Our camp has stayed here multiple times going to and from BRC. Definitely recommended.
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby Pippi » Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:08 am

Wedeliver, thank you so much for this offering! It was great to meet you last year! Not sure of our plans this year just yet, but hopefully an overnighter will be in the works. :lol:
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby wedeliver » Mon Aug 12, 2013 1:13 pm

THE BURNERS ARE COMING, THE BURNERS ARE COMING, THE BURNERS ARE COMING (the parade has started, the players are ready, fun for all)
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby tatonka » Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:05 am

Would I be able to use your internet to file my unemployment claim on Sun. ? Got laid off about a week and 1/2 ago but I start new job
the week after the burn.
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby unjonharley » Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:26 am

Check your rout against local forest fires...

One year i had to go south to Roseburg on I 5.. HWY 22 out of Salem was closed.. and a warning at the Eugene crossing..

Popular rout is south on I 5 to Eugene Or. then over the mountain and south to K falls.

Another is south from K falls to CA. that way you can stop and see WEdeliver on your way..
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby wedeliver » Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:56 am

tatonka wrote:Would I be able to use your internet to file my unemployment claim on Sun. ? Got laid off about a week and 1/2 ago but I start new job
the week after the burn.


Yes, the wifi is open and free, enjoy...................................
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby ygmir » Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:59 am

Just to reiterate my previous post:
I stand, and applaud the generosity of this gift.

a place to rest for the weary, and or excited traveler, water, and wifi............

we should all be so kind to our fellow man, let alone fellow Burners.


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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby wedeliver » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:03 am

Thanks Ygmir. And the grass is in great condition, we have not had to deal with smoke from the fires so far (knock on wood). We have already had a BRC Ranger stop and get some rest and

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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby wedeliver » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:08 am

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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby jkisha » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:22 am

ygmir wrote:Just to reiterate my previous post:
I stand, and applaud the generosity of this gift.

a place to rest for the weary, and or excited traveler, water, and wifi............

we should all be so kind to our fellow man, let alone fellow Burners.


*stands and salutes*

Can't say it better.
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby Simon of the Playa » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:26 am

best RV park, ever...


and the Best Hosts. :D
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby tatonka » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:47 am

thanks , see ya soon :)
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby unjonharley » Thu Aug 22, 2013 8:06 am

Is it raining at the Nest today :?: :?: I'll stop and say HI on Sat.

Anyone traveling that way?? Stay close to your rig if you stop.. You can get hit by lighting if you are in the open..
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby DrewDubious » Thu Aug 22, 2013 8:16 am

Way cool. I almost wish you guys were on the way for us, but that would be one helluva detour! :mrgreen:
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby knowmad » Thu Aug 22, 2013 8:31 am

Hi Wedeliver.
I stopped in for just a short moment and met another Burner who was headed in Early So I rode to Gerlach With. Anouther fine example of the interconectiveness of this place.
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby unjonharley » Thu Aug 22, 2013 2:49 pm

I'll be traveling along CA 299.. So just where is this NEST???

Lets make that CA 139 to 299
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby wedeliver » Fri Aug 23, 2013 8:11 am

unjonharley wrote:Is it raining at the Nest today :?: :?: I'll stop and say HI on Sat.

Anyone traveling that way?? Stay close to your rig if you stop.. You can get hit by lighting if you are in the open..
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unjonharley wrote:I'll be traveling along CA 299.. So just where is this NEST???

Lets make that CA 139 to 299


Yes it was raining yesterday, from what I understand it rained all of Wed night and most of thursday. I was in Redding yesterday at the VA for a med procedure, but back home now.

In answer to your second question, we are about 35 miles south of the oregon border. In Modoc County look for the 28.5 mile marker, so as you pass the 29.5 (the mile markers are 1 mile apart on the half mile going south) start looking for the road signs that tell you to turn right towards Medicine Lake. go 2.5 miles and then when you again see signs turn left into the little village of Tionesta and go to the end of the road, if you are coming in at night you will see our "lights" when you are getting close.

after all these years of talking to ya here, Looking forward to your visit, unjonharley, drive safely
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby wedeliver » Sat Aug 24, 2013 3:04 pm

You know sometimes I forget how much I love Burners... as folks stop in it is bitter sweet since I have to say goodbye so soon.. Next year I will be back on the playa since home is where the heart is and my heart belongs to ttitd. Since the last century it has been my other lover and i miss her so much.

Anyway we have had probably 150 to 200 (maybe more I was gone all day wednesday) folks visit us so far, we expect a bunch tonight and tomorrow...drive safely everyone
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Re: Driving from the Pacific Northwest to BRC? Free camping

Postby leismanpo » Sat Aug 24, 2013 9:27 pm

Posting from WeDeliver's free wifi! A great stop and great people!! Highly recommended! Power, water and showers before the burn? Yes please! :D
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