Our physical structures

These are the physical structures our camp has and/or will have this year. First the list; then later, some notes about each.

Just the items

Current inventory
  • A 30-foot dome
  • A kitchen tent (carport)
  • A carport structure
  • 12-foot dome
  • A shipping container
  • Our Budget rental truck
  • Farmers market stall
  • Farmers market ready-to-eat stall
  • Trash tent (lean to or 3-wall, make-shift structure)
  • A scaffold tower
  • Structured shade set up (36×20′ from these folks)
Structures to purchase or build
  • Container guardrail
  • Expanded kitchen set up
Structures we can share
  • French Quarter bay for Farmers Market (possibly)

The list, again, with notes … for those more interested in camp set-up

Current inventory
  • A 30-foot dome (from Shelter Systems)
  • A kitchen tent (a CostCo structure)
  • 12-foot dome (acquired as a left-behind from another camp in 2013; we think we got all the parts!); currently has no articulated purpose; could be a personal care/washing station (not showers), a less-dusty dishwashing area, or something else …
  • A shipping container (8 x 8ish x 20′); top area – dance floor, hang-out space; interior use is our produce cooling area
  • Our Budget rental truck (cab + 24′-ft /7.3-meters truck + plank that is kept out)
  • Farmers market stall (needs a re-do; very bulky to store; hard to assemble; could be more functional)
  • Farmers market ready-to-eat stall (shorter, taller structure; convert it this year to the smoothie station)
  • Carport (often called a Costco in FQ lingo; used in 2014 as the back-kitchen area for the farmers market — critical use)
  • Trash tent (DIY lean-to; we need three “walls” and a secured plastic tarp on the ground for our trash “tent”)
  • A scaffold tower
  • Structured shade set up (36×20′ from these folks)
Structures to purchase or build
  • Expanded kitchen area and resources
  • Possible guard rail around the top of the container (safety)
Structures we can share
  • TBD – French Quarter bay set up (one or two)
Other links for understanding what our camp has 
  • Spreadsheet of structures and sizes here
  • Detailed camp inventory doc here
  • What the camp brings here.
  • Last year’s camp layout (handdrawn, one draft) and CAD version (another draft) for a very tight space allocation.

Draft layout from 2013

 

 

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