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Info from the playa gods

Here's some info from the playa gods, cut out of some of their notices to the camp lead:

Congratulations!!!
It is our pleasure to inform you that Airstreameri and What Not has been officially placed for Burning Man 2018: I, Robot! Your camp has been placed as a Theme Camp.
Your approximate location is Fribo & 2:45 and will measure approximately 200 by 200 ft. If your dimensions contain a + or - sign, it means your camp is an odd shape.

and here's what we've conscripted everyone to do in our accepted application, cleansed to protect the guilty:
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Here's the application we have for our ""Placed Theme Camp" of Airstreameri and What Not, shortened of extra spaces muchly:::

Hello,
Thank you for submitting your Placement questionnaire.
Below you will find the information that you submitted in your questionnaire. You cannot make changes to this information once it has been submitted, but we can on your behalf. If you have changes or any questions, please contact us at burningman.org and in the email subject line include your camp’s name and requested sector (i.e. “[6:00] Camp Name - Change to questionnaire”).
Please note, you may see some questions listed in your notifier that you did not see on the questionnaire. Do not worry if that is the case, the notifier lists all questions, not just the ones for your project type.
Your BRC Placement Team will be sending out more information via the Placement Newsletter starting early May. You -- and the additional email contacts you submitted -- will be subscribed. If you do not receive your Placement Newsletter please check your spam filters first, then contact burningman.org. Happy planning! The Placement Team --------------------------------------

First Name P Last Name H Email Address Playa Name NevadaGeo Address 1 PO Box City Genoa Country US State or Province NV Postal Code 89411 Phone Number 775 209 What years have you attended Burning Man?
2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014,2015,2016, 2017
Burning Man Projects and Affiliations
Theme Camp,Volunteer/Staff
Describe Your Burning Man Projects and Affiliations
Chief grump and formologist, Airstreameri and Geologists theme camp. Airstreameri and What Not now. DMV hottie since 2008.
Camp Category
Theme Camp
Who directed you to this category?
Camp/Village Name?
Airstreameri and What Not
For Camps within a registering Village: name of village?
Previous Camp Info
Airstreameri and What Not
Interactivity Description
Camp Airstreameri & Whatnot's interactivity is based on wide open hospitable friendliness. We set camp with an easily accessible courtyard adjacent to the street and to all passersby. The Airstream campers are aligned to create a horseshoe style that is open yet delineated and intimate. We take in pre-arranged and stray tenters as well as non-Airstream RV's in a radically inclusive way.

This welcoming arrangement is anchored by 'Bam's Surf Bar' and the 'Airstream Trailer Trash Bar'. The latter is crafted of scrap aluminum from an Airstream vs. gas pump mishap from a camp member's tow home from her first Burning Man in 2014. Shade, seating, and games (giant Jenga, adult 'sac' races on pink hippity hops, Bocce Ball, Disc Golf, dominos, LNT Trivia, etc.) are provided along with an array of adult beverages for our > 21 friends. Two kegs of 'fresh' craft beer from Portland were part of the beverage selection last year and lasted the whole week. This area is the gathering place for camp members and also for wandering Burners who recognize immediately that they are welcome often with a heartfelt plea to be the much needed third person on the Shot-ski! A giant PEACE sign also made from the wrecked trailer makes our intentions clear and is a popular photo backdrop. Last year we added a large homemade Schwenker grill for utility, ambiance, and to share with neighbors.
Perhaps the favorite amenity is our long-running 'Playa's Best Postcards' for Burners to create special art cards. This awesome place is well-staffed and advertised daily to Burners happening by, often with a bullhorn. We provide postage (domestic and international) and bike the mail to BRC Post Office daily. The tent is shaded with misters and loads of art supplies. We also deliver cards to the temple for people whose loved ones (including pets) have passed on. They place their tribute in a handcrafted box made from recycled wood which allows for privacy. The box is taken to the temple prior to the Sunday burn.
Every year we host a potluck lecture, an event to which all Burners are welcome. Last year, the featured talk was on 'Dark Matter' by Cosmic Ray, our camp Astrophysicist. Our original ever popular time-tested lecture is from 'THE' playa geologist on the geography of Black Rock Desert. Another favorite reoccurring symposium is given by our resident gynecologists whenever they return home. It's a "Click and Clack" type talk about the proper care and feeding of the vag jay jay on playa.
Speaking of VJJ's, our mutant vehicle known as the 'Vintage Volcanic Va-gen-nah will make its third playa appearance and has been 'rejuvenated' once again. Triple V will be up for riders nightly and can seat 8 comfortably. She rolls, she bubbles, she smokes, she's the yin to the Man's yang helping to balance the energy of Black Rock City.
We at the Airstreameri Camp know that people are the true art here at home, and we celebrate each and every soul we get the pleasure to interact with. Come spend some dusty time with us! You won't regret or forget the experience!
Schedule of Happenings
Opening Sunday events:
PM (6 hrs) - 'Welcome Home' Hootenanny
Monday events: All Day(10+hrs)- Playa's Best Postcards GrandOpening
PM (5 hrs) - Moondog Monday (games & cocktails)
Tuesday events:
All Day (10+ hrs) - Playa's Best Postcards
Evening(5hrs) - TutuTequila Tuesday-shots&games
Wednesday events:
All Day (10+hrs) - Playa's Best Postcards
PM(4hrs)Dusty Science OutOfThisWorld Talk&Potluck
Thursday events:
All Day (10+hrs) - Playa's Best Postcards
AM (3 hrs) - Neighborhood Pilgrimage to Temple
PM (5 hrs) - ThirstyThursday signature drink/Shot-ski
Friday events:
All Day (10+ hrs) - Playa's Best Postcards
PM (5 hrs) - Fairy Shrimp Friday Happy Hour
Saturday events:
All Day (8 hrs) - Playa's Best Postcards & Fireball shots
Closing Sunday events:
All Day (8hr) - Soggy Bits Sunday (sad day drinking)
Camp Special Features:
Primarily Daytime Primarily Night Time
24 hour Interactivity
Acculturation Activities True
LGBTQ+ Ally
Celebrate Diversity True
Accessible Activities True
Share Contact Info
Willing to Host up to 10 Artists/Visitors
Willing to Host Artists/Visitors (small group)
Willing to Host Workshops or Performances
Bringing First Aid Supplies True
Family Friendly
Camp Has Bar True
Number of Campmates 38 to 50

Campers and Interactivity
Playa's Best Postcard Tent - 2 'Post Master Generals' to oversee operations throughout week. ~30 campers taking staggered responsibility (likely 4 shifts per day Monday-Saturday, shifts are 2-3 hours in duration, 1-2 people per shift) to man tent, entertain and serve guests, answer questions, put proper postage on cards, keep supplies stocked and in order, bike cards to BRC Post Office 1 - 2 times per day, batten down hatches and chase moop during dust storms, etc. Alternating shifts of hawkers on bullhorn to advertise especially during daily Happy Hours when people are returning to nearby camps (1 person per hour, ~4 shifts per day).

Surf & Trailer Trash Bar - during day anyone around will host guests and post card people. In evenings, we will actively come together in a more organized fashion to serve drinks/Shot-ski (2-3 campers working 2 hours shifts, 3 shifts per evening) with our Muse and & Goddess hostess Bam overseeing their efforts to ensure all are satisfied and radically included. One 'ice person' each day responsible for ice runs. Same bullhorn hawkers for Post cards will be used to advertise refreshments.

Games - Will be run most evenings during Happy Hour. Will have ~ 5 people (2 shifts of ~2 hours) helping to run 'sac' races with pink hippity hop balls (2 balls/1 tallywacker per contestant). Two people to manage start line, one midway thru and one at finish line. The bullhorn hawker will call the race and recruit participants. This is a surprisingly strenuous game so these same people will facilitate Disc Golf and Bocce Ball when not running sac races.

Physical Description
Airstreameri and What Not is a self-contained camp of 24 Airstream camping trailers, from the 1950s up to this year's models. The trailers and tow vehicles are arranged in two semicircles with a welcoming portal on the main street. Our portal is flanked by our highly popular (and public) Burners' postcard art activity and manikin-manned shade structure relaxation bars. Our only "structure" is an open-sided 10x20 tent canopy where the community gathers for meals and the annual "Playa Vicinity Geology and Ecology" lecture. Most of the Airstreams have roll-out awnings and they are parked in a way that allows for mutual shade and wind barrier support between pairs of trailers. This is a great aid for our tent campers, since we provide pre-planned spots for them to nestle in among the Airstreams. The tow vehicles are parked between pairs of Airstreams on the non-awning side, which makes for a very compact camp. The Airstreams make power from solar or small, quiet generators that are generally run only during the heat of the day. Other features of the camp are two gray water evaporation ponds, a required Moop container at each Airstream, a fire pit/burn barrel, and a physical arrangement that provides easy entry for large service vehicles (fire, water, sewage service). We start with a plan but remain flexible enough to accommodate being placed at a corner (preferred) or in the middle of a block. This flexibility has allowed the Airstreameri to welcome first time Airstream Burners (and other RV Burners as space permits) who obviously need some Acculturation. We are happy to provide! In addition to welcoming these strays into our camp, we encourage other Burners, through our open portal, to see how we use our Airstreams as self-contained boondocking environments throughout the year.
Night Lighting Low to intermediate lighting to keep people and property safe.
Project Features Sound Amplification No
Sound Amplification Details Stage No
Big-Name Performers Big-Name Performer List
Large Crowds No
Acculturation Contact Name
Gigi Acculturation Contact Email
j@yahoo.com
Camp Producer False
Camp Producer Name
Camp Producer Email
Producer Phone Number
1st additional contact Dr. Quark
1st Additional contact role - Important to indicate, as this person may have more authority than the questionnaire filer.
Chief Wrangler
1st Additional contact email
@airstreamdoctor.com
1st Additional contact phone number 719
2nd Additional contact name BamCamper 2nd Additional contact role - Important to indicate, as this person may have more authority than the questionnaire filer.
Chief Muse & Goddess
2nd Additional contact email 2nd Additional contact phone number
3rd Additional contact name Gigi
3rd Additional contact role - Important to indicate, as this person may have more authority than the questionnaire filer.
Chief Mischief Maker
3rd Additional contact email 3rd Additional contact phone number
4th Additional contact name BeeKeeper
4th Additional contact role - Important to indicate, as this person may have more authority than the questionnaire filer.
Assistant Mischief Maker
Do You Want to Share Your Camp Name, Location and information? Listed
Text for website listing
Airstreameri and What Not - the Best Playa Post Cards & Dusty Science Talks in Black Rock City. Because 'nothing to write home about' doesn't apply here & ignorance is not bliss. We love you people.
Camp Hometown
Genoa Camp state/province Nevada Camp country United States
Camp Landmark
SilverAirstreamTrailers w/big PEACE sign outfront
Purchased a ticket? Yes
Early Arrival Setup Crew Count Early Arrival Date Thursday
Requested Sectors (rated)
3:00 Sector,4:30 Sector,6:00 Sector
Requested Street Type (rated)
Avenues,Streets,Portals
Sector vs Street Type
First choice sector
Recommended Square Footage Text
up to 20000 square feet or 100 x 200
Agree With Recommended Square Footage? yes
Different Space Needs
You would prefer not to camp near ...
-not near super LOUD camps please
-not super near porta potties pretty please with sugar on top
-were on a 'bus' street last year and we understand the need but was extra dusty, so would prefer to miss that this year if possible
Requested Sector: Other Camps
Other Camp Location: Comments
Requested Approximate square footage need by population: Other Camps

LNT Contact Name J R LNT Contact Email
Leave No Trace is a cornerstone of the Burning Man ethos and one of our Ten Principles.
Practice the 5 R's: Rethink what you bring, Reduce trash when packing, Reuse, Recycle, Restore and Respect.,Make a written plan or detailed strategy for Leaving NO Trace. Your LNT crew should be different from your set-up crew. Hold people accountable within your camp.,Make arrangements to have everything picked up before the last camper departs. Leaving things behind is MOOP and will affect your standing with the Placement Team.

During Burning Man, our camp will:
Clean as you go, and never let it hit the ground!,Adopt the principles and practices of Leave No Trace at Burning Man.,Acculturate all camp members about minimizing our impact on the playa, learn about the Fairy Shrimp and how to protect them too.,Conserve energy, use renewable energy sources and minimize waste.,Collect, reduce and properly dispose of grey and black water. (e.g. we will bring extra buckets to address any leaks.) Grey and black water is MOOP and of interest to the BLM and the Placement team. Report spills and emergencies immediately.,Use or creatively use discarded materials for all the components of our camp structure and decorations, so that our camp is sustainable year after year.

As we depart the playa, our camp will:
Bring tools (rakes, magnetic rakes, brooms, MOOP sticks, etc) to clean and pick up every last nail and wood shard that dropped on the playa surface. We will leave our space and our surrounding spaces better than we found them.,Follow the guidelines for line sweeps – performing required multiple sweeps of our camp before leaving BRC. (One sweep is not enough. Do as many passes as necessary: the strength of the line sweep is in the number of people and passes.),Designate a LNT MOOP team within your camp. They will document all stages of your clean up and remain on playa if you are having any materials picked up. Anything left unattended in an empty camp is considered MOOP.,Secure all vehicles' loads to prevent windblown trash on the highway and in neighboring communities.
Camp Strike Day Monday by event close at 6pm
Camp Strike Plan (if not offsite by Monday)
Art Installation Name
Art Support Camp Collaboration
Heavy Equipment Use No
Heavy Equipment Details
Share Heavy Equipment Outside Services Deliveries? No
Outside Services Details
Outside Services Provider
Number and Type of Vehicles
25 (24 tow vehicles w/ Airstream Travel Trailers (will include a few other travel trailers types & RV's) & 1 mutant vehicle)

RV / Portable Housing Rental No
Number of RVs / Portable Housing Units
21 or more
Water for Civic Benefit
No
Mutant Vehicles
Yes
Name of Mutant Vehicle(s)
Vintage Volcanic Va-gen-nah
Mutant Vehicle Contacts
Mi B, (250)539-
Generator Powered? No
Number of Generators
Kind of Fuel Fuel Storage 1-20 Alternative Power
Many of our Airstreams have permanent and portable solar panels. We augment with quiet fuel-efficient Honda generators at appropriate times.

Comments
BIG GIANT THANK YOU to our hard-working placement Gods. You have been good to us and we plan to remain worthy of your blessings. In no way do we admit to being best friends with fellow Airstreamers, our 3:00 placer Goddess Shadow and her other Baulknob, and would never admit to knowing them if they don't come by and see what she hath wrot from telling me to write an application in 2010. Giving our group a burning history lesson will be required, and obviously some Grey Goose bribery.

Flame Effects
No
Flame Effects in Villages
Camps in Village with Flame Effects
Fire Performance
No
Open Fire and Store Bought Fire Appliances
No

Describe Burn Barrel and/or Fire Appliances
Are You Using Lasers in Your Theme Camp?
No
Laser Safety Contact Name Laser Safety Contact Playa Name
Laser Safety Contact Email
Describe Lasers and Safety Measures

If your project will include activities for mature audience or that raise health and safety issues, which of the following will be included? Please check all that apply.

I Have Read And Understand The Flame Effects Fire Safety Agreement Information And Accept Its Conditions


I Have Read And Understand The Above Information on Fuel and Hazardous Materials Storage And Accept Its Conditions
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Old 08-15-2018, 07:52 PM   #143
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Fuel containment

There has been an additional requirement, no matter how small your fuel tanks are (I expect most of you will have 10-20 gallons of gas for generators in 5-gal containers). It appears that leaving these containers in the bed of your pickup truck won't meet the requirement. I plan on making a small "evap pond" for my fuel tanks. Here's what Placement said in their last newsletter:

The correction is:

Protect the playa surface from fuel spills. All containers, regardless of size, must be stored within a secondary containment basin that must be capable of holding 110% of the volume of the largest single fuel container stored within it. You cannot store more than 110 gallons in your camp at once.
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Spitfire and Cosmic are near Wells NV at lovely Angel Lake. On the road since June 1, about 8,000 miles through 8 National Parks and bunch of other stuff including the Sturgis Rally. We get home this weekend. Then clean up and head to BRC.
We expect to get to camp early Tuesday AM. Wish we could be there earlier but many loose ends to clean up after our trip.

Arrive Tuesday Am, early AM I hope.
25ft Int, plus a Tundra,
ALSO the kids, 2of them, in a subaru and a 10X12 tent, Walter and Kelly, they need playa names!

We are happy to take a camp corner and defend/make friends with neighbor camps if you folks desire

I gave a talk last year so best for a fresh face to talk! I like psychiatrists!!!

We ranger 3 shifts during the week.

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My daughter may not be able to use her ticket this year because of the fire threat to her home here in BC.. I'll know tomorrow. It's late I know, but is there anyone who needs a ticket if we have to move fast?
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Pink was looking for one the other day...
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Law Enforcement. I know this is a much discussed topic but it appears many veterans going into BRC to set up infrastructure this year are reporting much greater than normal LE “attention”. This is occurring on the highway from Firnley to Gerlach and also Ciderville to Gerlach. Make sure every aspect of your rig is legal.
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My daughter may not be able to use her ticket this year because of the fire threat to her home here in BC.. I'll know tomorrow. It's late I know, but is there anyone who needs a ticket if we have to move fast?
I have a friend of a friend who’s looking... is the ticket still available?
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Julie, who I camped with last year wants to go and I sold my extra ticket....

So we are looking for one for her.

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I look forward to seeing you lovely folks again soon!

My camp is in the 6:30 region again this year, but I'm sure that Mike (Jester) and I will be making many trips over to your side of the city to renew friendships and share my new-and-improved Sangria recipe.
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Jilly Bean and I will be in Fallon tonight, provisioning and packing the van right up to the gills with camping equipment from our store-room. Hope for an early am start tomorrow unless I can't peel Jilly out of bed, in which case we should be coming into BRC in the afternoon.

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Hi everyone made it from Alaska all the way to Reno look forward to seeing everyone on Sunday. Quick question: how does the RV dump truck work and do we have to reserve anything in advance? I heard a rumor it’s possible to get a fresh water refill any truth to that?

Send any last minute requests my way I have one more Walmart trip left!

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Jilly Bean and I will be in Fallon tonight, provisioning and packing the van right up to the gills with camping equipment from our store-room. Hope for an early am start tomorrow unless I can't peel Jilly out of bed, in which case we should be coming into BRC in the afternoon.

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Olga and I just got to Winnemucca KOA, so 4 hours out. Finishing organizing tomorrow morning so should be in around dinner. See you soon!!!

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Hi John, you can make reservations but we usually just flag down a passing pump truck later in the week for those who want the service. There are also potable water trucks cruising around as well although I haven't used that service. Saw a thread on Reddit that said you can schedule ahead of time with them or flag them down but the latter can be hit or miss.
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Cosmic and spitfire are on track to arrive sunrise Tuesday am. Monday evening in the Reno KOA
Send me a note if you need something.
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The gate officially opened last nite, for those who want to watch from home, live web cam is running. To add sound BMIR radio is available too.
https://burningman.org/event/live-webcast/
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Home in Genoa at 03:00 Tuesday morning, left camp at 21:00 after a great meal by ObiWan. Full speed drive exodus to the merging lanes, then slow most of the way to Nixon.
Trailer brakes did the job of getting home with no power steering pump, it quit on playa on Thursday.
What a great bunch we had in camp this year, thank you everyone for such a great year!
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Hey everyone,

Jon/Olga/Jayden here. We got out safe and are in Lake Tahoe for a couple days till I fly up to Vancouver for a big bike ride for a few days.

We had such an amazing time, thanks to everyone who made us feel welcome. And I echo that we had such an amazing group, we are definitely working on coming next year and I'll work with Rex to see what we can dig up for a shade structure, I might have a few other options if we want a bigger one with separate spaces within.

I'm going to setup a Facebook Group so we can all connect on there and share photos, connect and stay in touch. One sec and I'll upload the link.

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