delle wrote:6:30! Nice!!!
Longest bike-ride of the year is traditionally trying to wend back from the M&G.
Almost even made it last year.... Until I crashed into my tent.
moonwatcher wrote:The Dusty Beavers (1st time placed as theme camp) and the venerable camp Midnight Poutine have been colocated at 6:15 & D.
Midnight Poutine will once again serve hot poutine from midnight to 3am Monday-Friday.
The Dusty Beavers will serve hot maple taffe on snow sometime after dark - every other day. Yes, you read correctly: snow.
A little corner of Québec on the Playa.
Both camps are extremely diverse with folks coming from Canada, Europe (France and Germany), as well as the USofA.
If you are our neighbors, a very special Hello for both our Camps.
The Rat Lady wrote:We will also be having a short workshop on Wed. at noon on "How to be more wheelchair friendly" going over simple stuff you can do during the planning stages that will make your Camp/Art/Art Car or Bar more Radically Inclusive by being Radically Accessible.
The Rat Lady wrote:Mobility Camp will be back at 7:00 on the inner circle:)
Stop by, say hi.
Things are looking good for the "Short Bus" this year...keeping our fingers crossed.
Our 4 x daily Art Tours (mobility impaired always given priority ) start at 5:45 am..come on..we dare ya:)
We will also be having a short workshop on Wed. at noon on "How to be more wheelchair friendly" going over simple stuff you can do during the planning stages that will make your Camp/Art/Art Car or Bar more Radically Inclusive by being Radically Accessible.
Grab some books from the BookCrossing Zone!
Decorate yourself at the Temp. Tattoo station!
Find something fun (or leave something fun) in the "Gifting Box"!
The Rat Lady wrote:Yup...it is so easy when you are laying out your Art Car, installation and such. A blueprint, spec drawing etc. takes just a quick click of a mouse, or an erase and redraw of a pencil line. After something is built in steel or heavy wood it's very difficult to fix an "Oh Shit..that won't work"!
Our goal would be to educate ourselves out of a job! If everything was accessible, we wouldn't be needed:)
nickfarr wrote:The Post Office (Center Camp) is seeking the traditional spot held for them right next to Lamplighters!
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