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Old 11-03-2012, 09:55 AM   #533
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Let me know if you need some Habaneros to infuse. We dehydrate the ones from our garden and make some awesome infused vodka. When we use Tito's we call it Tito's Tangy. It only takes a couple days to get REALLY tangy. Makes a great Bloody Mary. MMMMM.

Very nice! I have some arbol chilies I use and soak them for a couple weeks. Hmmm, i will bring extra vodka in case I run out. Thx!!!!!
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Old 11-03-2012, 09:59 AM   #534
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Does anyone hook up to caravan to BM or meet beforehand to camp? I am coming from Portland down so just thought I would throw it out there. Wonder if Wally would approve of this caravan?
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Old 11-03-2012, 12:21 PM   #535
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Caravan to BM

Some of us from "Pugetstan" briefly discussed caravaning to BM 2012, but everyone had different schedules. I stayed at a campground owned by a hippy burner just across the Or/Ca line, a couple of hours drive to BRC. It had utility hook-ups and was free to burners. I gifted him a bottle of our wine, however. It is called Eagle's Nest RV park. From there you can "stage" your arrival at BRC whenever you want. Coming from the north there is no place to camp, or even park, the last 100 miles. (ps: Be careful how you use the term "hook-up" when referring to Burning Man )
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Old 11-04-2012, 10:45 AM   #536
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Don, good advice
I see you live in Woodinville. I am a wine distributor in Portland for Southern Wine and Spirits and rep lots of wines fr4om WA. I have heard of Eagles Nest. That may be the place, thx!
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:57 PM   #538
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Burning Man 2013

Well, is it time to start a new thread: Burning Man 2013? The theme has been announced: Cargo Cult. My mind is already churning with ideas for the Airstreameri/Geologists. For example all the Airstreams lined up as if they were airplanes parked next to an airstrip. That certainly would attract John Frum (or Don Frum).
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:32 AM   #539
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Now I am excited to hear how tickets will be handled. If there are any NW streamers going in 2013 that want to meet at Summer Lake Hot Springs, Or on Sat before the burn, we will be staying there overnight in a rv site then heading down. I have a 59 airstream Globester btw
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Well, is it time to start a new thread: Burning Man 2013? The theme has been announced: Cargo Cult. My mind is already churning with ideas for the Airstreameri/Geologists. For example all the Airstreams lined up as if they were airplanes parked next to an airstrip. That certainly would attract John Frum (or Don Frum).
Soon, soon. We usually ask Bam to start it around the first of the year, we have started earlier. CargoCult? I'm trying to learn to cut down on the tonnage I schlep around. Haven't seen anything yet on the ticket program this year.
By the way, they're having flood warnings today in Reno from this rain storm. Sure wouldn't want to be on playa this week. If this rain was snow, I'd be snowed in and burried. Lot of moisture for around here at one time.
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Old 12-02-2012, 09:35 PM   #541
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Hope all of you have a wonderful holiday btw. Question, is there a central shade structure that everyone uses or does everyone do their own structure. I am coming next year with my friend who is 70 and with 2 women, we have a bit more of a challenge getting a big sturcture together. Suggestions? Thx!
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As Perry said a new thread will begin in about a month. In the meantime read all you can on the Burning Man web site and blog. Also:
2013 Art Theme: Cargo Cult explains the 2013 theme and answers questions about my cryptic post above.
BTW-I'm 73 and the heat did not bother me. The expanse of BRC is measured in miles and must be walked or biked, often through the super-fine playa dust. You must be in shape. And I can't emphasize the importance of a high quality dust mask, not the cheap paper ones held on by a rubber band. The miles-long road in and out of BRC is so dusty you cannot see the road at times. I would suggest if anyone has a breathing problem or asthma to skip Burning Man.
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Hope all of you have a wonderful holiday btw. Question, is there a central shade structure that everyone uses or does everyone do their own structure. I am coming next year with my friend who is 70 and with 2 women, we have a bit more of a challenge getting a big sturcture together. Suggestions? Thx!
The carport structure will be there, it needed more use during the week. Here's a couple pictures of it in action:
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Lovely! But....Needs pink flamingos
Luckily I will have alot! My gifting for next year is flamingo sunglasses, flamingo suckers, spicy flamingo vodka shots!

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Okay kids...hot off the presses:
Per Perry's request, the unofficial official Burning Man 2013 Planning Thread
is up and running.
See you there!

Cheers and best of the season.
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Per Perry's request, the unofficial official Burning Man 2013 Planning Thread
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Cheers and best of the season.
Welcome home everybody, only 8 months to achieve spontaneous dysfunctionally disorganized chaos. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f288...ml#post1236779
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