Humin wrote:Hey community, I decided last year to commit to a Burning Man experience, and admitted to myself that was a more realistic goal with more time to prepare. I've done moderate research, read every survival guide and FAQ available, lurked your forums for a while, and I will be attending Burning Man 2013. I'm trying to educate myself so when I go to BM everyone can have a better experience, and I understand this is the place to go. I have a lot of ideas, for costumes and camps and art projects. I have a lot of questions, but I want to get some opinions on this one.
Should I make/join a camp at Burning Man?
My concern is that the realities of making a camp might be too much for a virgin burner, no matter how prepared.
Savannah wrote:Have you camped much?
Can you pound your own rebar?
Do you like your independence, or do you want to be part of a group?
Savannah wrote:There are also choices somewhere between "huge theme camp" and "solo". You can camp with a couple of friends, or camps like Orphan Camp or Stag Camp. (Those are no-fee camps with shade [usually] and togetherness, but no frills--and no obligations, other than "pick up after yourself mercilessly, and don't be a jerk.").
Drawingablank wrote:I find that in a solo / small camp you spend much more time out and about meeting people, exploring, and doing stuff.
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