The mysterious wheel of uncertainty and mystical inclusion?
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In the spirit of the small town carnival mixed with the magic of burning man. Burners can wander into our carnival and participants will spin a large wheel and depending on where it stops will be directed to do things that you might not do in the default world. Some of the things are just silly some are more adventurous all are inclusive. Examples might be spinner must hug 10 strangers, dance when they walk, volunteer for a day, become a piece of art, ect.. We would like to cater particularly to virgins and give then a gentile push toward the spirit of burning man. Our mantra is Participants become the art and the art is Participation.
the carnival portion of the camp will open to the road. This is the theme camp / interactive space; a wheel and prize wall under a 25' to 30' shade structure. Behind the cubicles, vehicles will be used as a perimeter geodesic domes and personal tents arranged inside. Approximately 10 personal tents and smaller shades are expected. Shared spaces will include a 20' diameter shade structure, 10'x20' carport cooking and eating space, evaporation device, shower bag structure, and various comfy camping chairs.
We are fun group of 18 to 40 something’s year olds looking for like minded people. We do not expect you to be our best friend but you should be social and able to communicate with more than grunts and growls. We all get along great and share “chores” mostly cooking dishes and running the wheel. We share the evening meal together served at sunset. Then everyone goes their separate ways or goes in small groups. We take turns cooking doing dishes, and running the wheel. We are from all across the U.S., New York to San Francisco. This is not our first theme camp, we are not a large camp, 20 people max.
We are looking for more camp mates who are
Open to new experiences, Have a passion for life, Play ,participate, dance, contribute, accept gifts, help, share, push their boundaries, experiment, experience, overcome preconceived notions, celebrate!
What camp provides
Food for evening meals
Shower (must bring your own shower bag)
A prime space to set up your shelter (4:30 & G)
Being a part of a theme camp
Ability to meet some new chill people
A place to rest and recuperate
What you provide
Finical contribution to cover shared cost (PM for details)
Water to drink and shower
Food beyond what camp supplies
Your own shelter