I believe you may have made it through the hard part "Giving up control", You said that you like to be in controll and you feel like you are in free fall. totaly natural and if it didn't make you a bit worried, well then the playa might not be for you. In a way it's just a big camping trip, in anouther way it is prety monumental.
The Playa can give you a entire new spectrum to feel things on. But as far as I can see you've done two Very Burny things already.
You Got past the wanting to go phase, and got a Ticket. and you reached out and accepted A stranger. might sound odd to you but allowing some one to give you somthing that you feel like you might not wan't or deserve.
You found your way here, and met some of your neighbors. and when there is camp drama (and every camp has Drama! ) Go meet your other neighbors, but also return to your camp, but not untill you explore the City!
Perhaps a good next stop is to Go introduce your self in the Introductions thread, ask questions and PM (private message) anny one of us in this thread if you get lost (PM is the little person Icon below my picture over there ----->)
Good Luck and Welcome to Eplaya!
thee monster winnie wrote:Wow, First of all you guys rock... I can't believe all the replys; i'm touched.
Yes major camp, a bit on the healthy, spiritual side, holistic if you will.
Three meals a day plus snacks, shower area, work shops, ect... it's being limited
in the amount of campers. We've already purchased three meal plans plus another $300 for
the R.V. I've already paid $500.00 for my ride and accomidations in the R.V., plus more than
original price for a ticket... I did not plan ahead... ( Be Nice!!!)
I reached out to the kitchen/ food orginizer and his major concern was "had I paid camp dues".
In the world out here, before the recession crash... i'm a $400.00 a day private chef, I was sure
my skills would more than make up for camp dues, I guess not.
My opinion / gut is that the camp has an idea of what they want to present and the price of inclusion
is $320.00. it's a great camp but i'm tapped out.
thee monster winnie wrote:and carrying the spirit of burning man year round here in L.A. where it's sorly need.
Peace and dust to you all...
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